As per Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS), businesses that store, handle, or send cardholder data must comply with PCI DSS. That’s why organizations must follow the PCI DSS standard. Each stage of the payment card lifecycle is
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Using a credit card is safer now that PCI compliance is in place across all major businesses. A company’s compliance with payment card industry standards demonstrates that it adheres to a tight set of requirements for protecting client credit card
This year, the use of digital payments is likely continue to soar. Following a 40% growth in 2021, digital payment transactions are likely to continue to grow. Because of this, merchants and payment processors must assure the security and privacy
PCI CompliancePCI security standards must be followed by companies that accept, process, store, or transmit credit card information. By adhering to PCI standards, businesses of all sizes can safeguard their customers’ credit card information. Debit and credit card numbers are
Early in 2022-23, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) V3.2.1 will be upgraded to PCI DSS 4.0. This is according to preliminary RFC draughts from the PCI Security Standards Council: The new standards: new security measures needed to
Attack resistance and regulatory compliance can only be achieved by hardening the IT infrastructure. Computer systems and websites are constantly targeted by hackers using a variety of cyber-attack methods. As cyber-attacks continue to evolve, information systems, particularly servers, must be
A safe environment, from infrastructure to cloud applications, is crucial from a technology perspective. A company’s information security policy should be made clear to all personnel, and access control rules should be properly enforced (firewalls, passwords, etc.). It’s time for
Extreme Compute’s Cloud Threat Landscape Report for 2021 showed an increase in cloud application vulnerabilities. On-premises resources being used to pivot to cloud resources are the leading causes of threat actor vulnerabilities. RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) is used to access
Security of the cloudThe policies, regulations, technologies, processes, and services that protect cloud data and infrastructure make up the field of cloud security. Among organisations, cloud computing has become a popular choice because of its scalability, flexibility, and speed of
Every business must prioritise safeguarding its data on the cloud. Due to shared resources and Internet connectivity, cloud services and settings are more vulnerable than on-premises systems. The privacy and dependability of cloud services necessitate specific approaches to cloud security.
Continuous hardening increases ResilienceNo one is immune to threats. The most well-known and common sorts of digital misuse should permanently be hardened. IT infrastructures include hundreds of applications and storage, server, and network components. Each component can be modified in
Today’s defensive teams must devise new techniques for a hybrid and multi-cloud world. Multi-vendor and hybrid cloud security issues can arise. Cloud deployments increase IT complexity while reducing physical management demands. This is difficult for security staff, who regularly lose
Hardening a computer system reduces its attack surface. This involves deactivating unused services, shutting open network ports, and modifying default settings. The underlying operating systems, databases, network devices, application servers, and web servers affect the attack surface. This article discusses
Problems with Cloud Security Cyber-attacks (and data breaches) and regulatory compliance are among the cloud computing security concerns. The key problems are visibility, access constraints, and configuration errors. Extreme Compute has broken down the hurdles of cloud migration so you
Challenge 1. Cloud-based security change management is too sluggish.
An organization’s data and applications on the cloud are protected by cloud security architecture. In order to expand enterprise security, architecture is required. Customers and cloud service providers share responsibility for cloud security. Having a security architecture in place becomes
What is Security Hardening?A hardening standard defines the baseline standards for each system. Each new system must meet the hardening standard upon introduction. Several industry standards, such as CIS, give benchmarks for various operating systems and apps. Each hardening standard
Hardening the Operating System (OS)Windows, Linux, and Apple’s OS X are hardened to protect critical computing systems. It’s common for OS hardening to include the following steps: Setting up and maintaining a secure environment Patches and service packs are updated
Ransomware. Five years ago, the cybersecurity community was familiar with the term, albeit infrequently. New Ransomware has been making headlines since the beginning of the year 2021. Numerous security professionals and non-professionals alike have brought it up.
In the next six years, the data-lake sector is predicted to grow to $31.5 billion, prompting worry among large corporations. Why? As a result, there will be more public cloud usage, alerts, warnings, and security problems. Over 56% of enterprise
These are top seven potential security Issues with the cloud Increasing numbers of people are turning to the cloud. End-user spending on public cloud computing will reach $304.9 billion by 2022, according to Gartner. Some companies remain sceptical of the
Enterprises will need a strong security architecture when they begin moving their data and apps to the cloud. A Cloud Security Architecture is defined as: an architectural framework that specifies how an organization’s cloud security strategy will be implemented and
Cloud security architecture: What is it?
It’s predicted that the cloud migration services market will reach $9.5 billion by the end of 2022. More companies are moving to cloud platforms or contemplating it due to the advantages of scalability, efficiency, and rapid implementation.Cloud data and system
What Is The Purpose of a Cloud Security Assessment? An organization’s cloud infrastructure is evaluated and analysed as part of a cloud security assessment in order to ensure that it is safe from different types of security threats. The goal of
Prior to being transported to and stored in the cloud, data is encrypted using cloud encryption, which transforms it into unreadable cypher text. It is impossible to decipher encrypted information without the encryption keys, just like any other kind of
The on-going endeavour to secure containers, including their pipeline, deployment infrastructure, and supply chain, is known as “container security.” The difficulty of protecting containers continues because the container environment is more complicated and ephemeral than conventional security. Software that can
Each and every day, businesses encounter security risks and obstacles. Some conflate these terms and their nuances differ. The below knowledge will help you better protect your cloud assets.
The “as-a-Service” paradigm of cloud computing, which provides services over the internet, is a growing trend around the world. Users are increasingly turning to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) options to access services and products. In the same pay-as-you-go business model, a wide
Cloud deployment, as well as its various implementations, is a well-known term in the Information Technology business. The numerous ways a cloud platform service can be hosted and used gives us with a vast canvas on which to manage solutions