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If your business accepts credit card payments, then you need to comply with PCI-DSS standards

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Being compliant does not necessarily equate to having a secure environment, and according to industry insiders, most if not all large organizations who have been breached in the recent past were in fact compliant with PCI-DSS at the time they were breached.

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Anyone wanting to start a new business in FinTech/payments – digital wallets for example – has to address PCI.

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This time last year I wrote Froud on Fraud: Top 5 Predictions for 2016. Unsurprisingly, none of these things has transpired. At least not yet anyway

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The impact of a data breach can be disastrous for an organization and can include loss of customer confidence and trust and financial penalties

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There’s an old phrase that’s depressingly appropriate when it comes to the completion of SAQ; “Not worth the paper it’s printed on.”

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If you have ever been on the receiving end of a PCI assessment, you had one of two reactions to this blog’s title. You said;

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MasterCard announced it was introducing a new series of bank identification numbers (BINs) and that they will start issuing these new BINs by June of 2017

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I have never hidden my disdain for the PCI DSS, and have written numerous blogs as to why.

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Once again I have chosen a dramatic title to sucker you in. But seeing as it’s PCI related it’s never going to be even remotely exciting.

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