RSI Security recently partnered with Trustifi to discuss some significant considerations for the future of data privacy and security. Panelists discussed companies’ pain points concerning various, overlapping compliance frameworks and how RSI Security and Trustifi can help address them. Read on for a comprehensive recap of the data privacy webinar.
This year, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is celebrating its 15th birthday. And while PCI DSS continues to evolve, data storage remains a central aspect to compliance for any organization that handles sensitive cardholder data. How companies approach, manage, and guard their data storage is critical to both keeping hackers at bay and maintaining PCI compliance.
Unlike many security laws, Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) Standard rules are not actual statutes or regulations and therefore not subject to government enforcement. That being said, PCI DSS compliance does have significant legal implications for any business that handles cardholder data.
Financial technology (fintech) and payment security were hot topics at RSI Security’s recent PCI Expert Summit. Regulators are speeding up fintech plans in the pandemic era, as contactless and digital payments are exploding.
PCI compliance can be just as much about reducing stress as it is about beefing up cardholder security measures. Most organizations want to get their house in order and complete a PCI assessment as quickly and painlessly as possible.
After a tumultuous year and months of anticipation, RSI Security’s virtual PCI Expert Summit has come and gone. There were a plethora of speaker sessions, a virtual expo with our sponsors as well as a digital platform for online networking.
And with over 150 attendees, this year’s PCI Expert Summit was proof positive that organizations are taking cybersecurity and compliance more seriously than even in the COVID-19 pandemic era.
You might think that you have adequate cybersecurity protocols in place and your practices are current to meet all potential threats, but this could be a false sense of security. In this article, we’ll recap our monthly webinar and explain why you need to perform a cyber risk assessment.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect on January 1st, 2020. Any merchant or company doing business in California – the world’s fifth-largest economy – should be CCPA compliant.
However, many businesses are finding it difficult to navigate through the requirements necessary to be compliant.
To help clear up the confusion companies are feeling about another set of privacy regulations, on June 25th, 2020, experts from RSI Security, Darktrace, and Procopio Legal, hosted an information webinar.