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Understanding PCI Compliance vs SSL Certificate

Bar none, securing consumer credit card data is essential to doing business in 2017. And the information security industry is meeting the demand. But as security solutions evolve in scope and scale, it’s important to understand the various components so you’re confident (and educated) in how to properly secure your customer data. One of the …

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Disabling of SSLv3 and TLS on ZZ Servers Services January 8, 2016

With widespread and disastrous SSL/TLS vulnerabilities taking place such as POODLE and FREAK, SSL and early TLS versions are no longer considered strong cryptography and any web site that still uses them is insecure. For PCI Clients: According to the new rules in PCI DSS v3.1, companies have until June 30, 2016 to update to …

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PCI DSS and SSL v 3

With widespread and disastrous SSL/TLS vulnerabilities taking place such as POODLE and FREAK, SSL and early TLS versions are no longer considered strong cryptography and any web site that still uses them is insecure. According to the new rules in PCI DSS v3.1, companies have until June 30, 2016 to update to a more recent version of TLS …

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