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Recent high-profile data breaches at major retailers demonstrate clearly that while the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCIDSS) might be a starting point for securing consumers' personally identifiable information, it is no barrier to the challenge of dedicated attackers.
After years of resistance in the U.S., a migration is well underway - moving from traditional magnetic stripe charge cards to EMV cards that contain an embedded integrated circuit.
The threat landscape has changed and we have to constantly challenge the existing thinking to get ahead of our adversaries RSA President Amit Yoran told delegates on Tuesday.
While a return to a pre-APT Eden may be both unlikely and perhaps impossible, as this new ebook finds there are things that organizations and the industry as a whole can do to rebuild a more generally trustworthy environment.
In this month's issue we get to know more about Kristi Carrier and her role as the Quality Auditor at Nuspire Networks.
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