How to Reduce Your Online Business’s PCI Burden

June 3, 2016 • Published Categories Best PracticesTags , ,
PCI Burden

Prepare Your Online Business for PCI 3.2 As they continue to evolve, the PCI DSS and its corresponding Self-Assessment Questionnaires (SAQs) are reflecting an increasing scrutiny on the way online businesses implement and manage the e-commerce functionality. Online Retailers in Hackers’ Crosshairs The majority of … Read more

PayPal and the PCI DSS

January 28, 2016 • Published Categories Industry TopicsTags , , , , , ,

How PayPal relates to PCI compliance There is some confusion among online businesses over how PayPal payment acceptance relates to PCI compliance. You may have heard that by using PayPal, your business is not subject to the PCI DSS. The truth is, even accepting PayPal payments … Read more

Creating an E-Commerce Site? Consider PCI Early.

October 23, 2015 • Published Categories Best PracticesTags , , ,

Whenever I type in my credit card number on a website I have never been to before, or hand my card to someone at a small business, I wonder how much thought they have put into being secure and compliant. That’s why the following inquiry … Read more

Microsoft Ending Support for Windows Server 2003

April 13, 2015 • Published Categories Industry TopicsTags , , ,
Deadline Ahead for Windows 2003 Server

Microsoft recently announced that it is ending support for the Windows Server 2003 operating system on July 14, 2015. Windows Server 2003 is heavily relied upon in e-commerce. Therefore, if your business conducts e-commerce (i.e., has a website with a shopping cart), then it’s possible … Read more

Will EMV Make You PCI Compliant?

December 18, 2014 • Published Categories PCI 101Tags , , , , , , ,

Understanding EMV’s capabilities with the concepts of data security and PCI compliance. Many merchant acquirers, payment processors and Independent Sales Organizations (ISOs) have been reaching out to business owners to alert them of America’s 2015 migration from magstripe (i.e., “swipe”) credit/debit cards to EMV (i.e., “chip”) payment cards. … Read more