Data Security in the Age of Credit Card Breaches
Published January 14, 2015
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    The buzz: Credit cards.

    With headline-topping credit card breaches at Target and Adobe, merchants are on high alert to safeguard their systems. A data breach is costly: lost customers and profits, a tarnished reputation, substantial fines. Are merchants proactive or reactive about PCI compliance and security standards? How easy is it for hackers to find unprotected access to merchant vulnerabilities? The experts speak.

    Richard McCammon, Delego: “If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you…Yours is the earth…” (Kipling, “If”)

    Hillel Zafir: “If it happens once it’s ignorance, if it happens twice it’s neglect, if it happens three times it’s policy.” (Anonymous)

    Frank Richter, SAP: “Compliance with PCI DSS means your systems are secure and customers can trust you with their sensitive payment card information.” (PCI Security Standards Council)

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