PCI Compliance stories
BT enhances global Cardway portfolio with Mako Networks
BT has announced a significant enhancement to its Cardway portfolio of payment solutions following the signing of a global agreement with Mako Networks.
PCI SSC and CSA push for businesses to properly scope cloud environments
PCI SSC and CSA have released a joint bulletin on the importance of properly scoping cloud environments. Cloud security is a growing concern.
Lack of PCI DSS compliance putting payment security at risk
Asia leads in payments security, with 69.6% compliance; global rates fall again, says Verizon report.
Kiwi cloud success story granted top security certification
STAAH, Kiwi tech firm, earns prestigious PCI DSS certification for card payment security.
Rackspace ramps up Fanatical Support for Microsoft offerings
Fanatical Support for Microsoft Azure is now available for customers with Payment Card Industry (PCI) workloads on Azure.
Australia becoming cashless society says MasterCard
MasterCard study shows Australia edging towards a cash-free future, with young, affluent men leading the mobile payment charge.
Mako Networks lands distie deal in US, UK
Kiwi company's hardware and software to form foundation of payment security solution in multi-million-dollar deal.
It’s no tick-box compliance
SafeNet shares five tips for moving to the tokenisation of card data.
Credit Card Safety - Part 1
Security experts Peter Locke and Roger Greyling from Security-Assessment.com speak out about PC-DSS compliance.
PM celebrates with Mako Networks
Prime Minister John Key was full of praise when he attended the celebratory launch of Mako Networks’ PCI DSS Merchant Solution, a world first in PCI (payment card industry) DSS compliant solutions.
PCI compliance for dummies? Not here
Despite the release of a white paper entitled ‘PCI compliance for dummies’, New Zealand is on track regarding PCI compliance, says expert Francois Marais of RSA.
A breach of trust
Businesses with systems that do not comply with PCI DSS could face monetary penalties as high as $682,000 per incident.