Let’s face it: staying compliant is complicated and can take a great deal of time and resources. This may be why less than 28 percent of organizations say they are compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Even though complex, not compiling with PCI DSS can have devastating consequences.
Now that PCI DSS 4.0 has arrived, there is even more to contend with for organizations looking to avoid fines. The COVID-19 pandemic significantly increased the volume of credit card data online as digital payments spiked. The previous PCI DSS versions were insufficient for addressing the practice of cloud platforms storing credit card data.
This webinar outlines the changes to PCI DSS, how your organization can be ready for the March 2025 compliance deadline, and why adaptive redaction can keep credit card data protected.
There are many changes to address and now is the time to plan for PCI DSS 4.0. Dr. Steve Jeffrey, Lead Solutions Engineer at HelpSystems, and Donnie MacColl, Sr. Director of Technical Support at HelpSystems, break down PCI DSS and how to be ready for the changes.