Most people only want credit for good things – and nobody wants bad credit! When it comes to credit card security, understanding and leveraging the nuances of PCI DSS (the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) takes time and energy. The best time of year to stay up on the latest updates is during the annual PCI SSC Global Community Forum, happening on October 26-28, 2021.
At the Forum, all the latest information on pending updates to the various PCI standards will be revealed and discussed. Standards changes can have tremendous impact on how enterprises run their businesses to stay compliant and secure, and can also affect organizations that provide solutions to help secure credit card data. And even though the PCI standard is specific to cardholder data (CHD), there are tools and solutions that can protect more than Card Holder Data (CHD) and have both positive and negative impacts on managing other high-value sensitive data types such as Personally Identifiable Information (PII).
How to Interact With Us at the PCI SSC Global Forum
CyberRes Voltage SecureData payment solutions protect CHD as well as other sensitive data. Voltage also tracks PCI standards changes, and continuously innovates to meet and exceed PCI DSS requirements. The result is that users can minimize compliance impacts while maintaining full functionality and focus on their business. We look forward to the opportunity to meet with you to discuss new strategies and best practices to help your organization get the most out of your security and compliance investments with SecureData.
Our virtual booth in the Vendor showcase at the PCI Community meetings will have several useful resources as well as access to some of our top experts in payments on how to persistently secure your most sensitive data in use, in motion, and at rest. Come visit us at the virtual booth during the event, or you can always Contact Us for more information. We look forward to connecting with you there!
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