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Getting PCI compliance and IT security right
Getting PCI compliance and IT security right

Safety first

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There have been a slew of breaches lately. From Citi to Lockheed, no company is safe. But, what exactly does this uptick in criminal activity mean for organizations hoping to shore up their defenses, and just how should they be prepared when they get hit next? What sorts of areas should they account for in not only their security/risk management plans, but also their incident response programs?

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