Tag Archives: PCI

Will CIO’s Be the Final Victim After a Breach

In the wake of their breach, Target announced on March 5, 2014 that their CIO, Beth Jacob was announcing her resignation.  In December of 2013, Target announced to the public that it had been the victim of a cyber crime resulting in the … More »

Target Has a Bullseye on Its Chest

When Target announced that it had suffered a major breach of approximately 40 million credit cards and 70 million customer records, the nation as a whole took a collective gasp in shock. 

Christmas – Kids and Hackers Love This Time of Year

When people think of Christmas, most of them imagine family gatherings and good times.  We often forget that from the end of Thanksgiving to the beginning of the year, the U.S. spends billions of additional dollars on merchandise that otherwise

PCI 3.0 Is Coming – Are You Ready?

Every 3 years the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI) is updated to a new version.  The time for the next release is right around the corner.  Version 2.0 will be replaced by Version 3.0 in just a few … More »