The Good, Bad and Necessary: The Complete Guide to PCI 6.6 Success
sponsored by Breach Security

It seems that IT administrators and security professionals are always receiving notification of new rules, regulations and compliance codes that fall under their purview. And just when the necessary adjustments have been made, priorities shifted and new technology purchased, the rules are changed-- yet again.

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is no different. The PCI DSS is a requirement of any company or organization that stores, processes, transmits or comes into contact with cardholder data as of June 30, 2005. Most companies with an e-commerce or transactional component to their model fall under this umbrella. This resource provides IT security professionals with the information needed to understand PCI compliance and specifically, one of the standard's latest requirements, 6.6. In addition, the paper offers tips for successful PCI 6.6 compliance and highlights compliance successes from real-world companies.

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