Cybersecurity Insights

Jon Pitts

Conquering PCI DSS In The Contact Center

29/03/18 10:03

PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) is a regulation that encompasses any business that touches card holder data. It’s not just confined to a physical retailer you see on the high street; it covers eCommerce environments and contact centers processing payments over the phone too.

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Kirsty Trainer

Women of Cybersecurity [#InternationalWomensDay]

08/03/18 13:55

Women’s representation in Cybersecurity is often a topic of discussion. As we speak, RSA Conference is being criticized for its lack of female keynote speakers with hundreds of Tech firms backing a rival event which promises to feature more women. 

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Jake Dennys

Is VOIP The Weak Link In Your Security Chain?

07/03/18 09:54

Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) has recently become an interesting talking point in regards to PCI Compliance. If you aren’t taking the security of your VOIP seriously, you could be putting your entire organisation at risk; and could be liable for loss of cardholder data. It’s not as simple as just segmenting it away, there needs to be controls in place to prevent hackers from accessing that network segment among other security methods.

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Jake Dennys

Why PCI compliance is important as a Travel Agent.

28/02/18 10:05

As you may be aware, the regulatory body governing the world’s airlines (International Air Transport Association, IATA) announced some time ago that travel agents across all mediums need to be PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) compliant by June 2017. Fortunately, they have pushed the deadline forward to March 2018, giving businesses the much-needed leeway to obtain compliance.

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Jake Dennys

What is required to meet PCI DSS as a Travel Agent?

26/02/18 10:50

1st March 2018 hails the deadline for IATA’s requirement for all travel agents to be PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) compliant. PCI compliance exists to keep your customers data safe. Holiday goers trust you to process their payments in an environment that’s operating adequate security measures, the onus is on you to not let them down.

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Jon Pitts

Conquering PCI DSS In The Contact Center

29/03/18 10:03

PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) is a regulation that encompasses any business that touches card holder data. It’s not just confined to a physical retailer you see on the high street; it covers eCommerce environments and contact centers processing payments over the phone too.

Read More
Kirsty Trainer

Women of Cybersecurity [#InternationalWomensDay]

08/03/18 13:55

Women’s representation in Cybersecurity is often a topic of discussion. As we speak, RSA Conference is being criticized for its lack of female keynote speakers with hundreds of Tech firms backing a rival event which promises to feature more women. 

Read More
Jake Dennys

Is VOIP The Weak Link In Your Security Chain?

07/03/18 09:54

Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) has recently become an interesting talking point in regards to PCI Compliance. If you aren’t taking the security of your VOIP seriously, you could be putting your entire organisation at risk; and could be liable for loss of cardholder data. It’s not as simple as just segmenting it away, there needs to be controls in place to prevent hackers from accessing that network segment among other security methods.

Read More
Jake Dennys

Why PCI compliance is important as a Travel Agent.

28/02/18 10:05

As you may be aware, the regulatory body governing the world’s airlines (International Air Transport Association, IATA) announced some time ago that travel agents across all mediums need to be PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) compliant by June 2017. Fortunately, they have pushed the deadline forward to March 2018, giving businesses the much-needed leeway to obtain compliance.

Read More
Jake Dennys

What is required to meet PCI DSS as a Travel Agent?

26/02/18 10:50

1st March 2018 hails the deadline for IATA’s requirement for all travel agents to be PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) compliant. PCI compliance exists to keep your customers data safe. Holiday goers trust you to process their payments in an environment that’s operating adequate security measures, the onus is on you to not let them down.

Read More