Monthly Archives: January 2014

Recovering from a Hacking Incident: A Guide

By Andrew Lisa Getting hacked is never fun, all too common, and never 100 percent preventable. Hackers can impersonate you, damage your online reputation, or steal your money. In the event that it happens to you – and it’s very likely that it may – the actions you take in the immediate aftermath will determine… Read more »

PCI: Web Redirection Servers In Scope?

It is possible that web applications previously considered out-of-scope for PCI DSS could now be in-scope under PCI DSS v3. The impact of this could be significant depending on your existing card data environment (CDE). It has long been accepted practice that any component that stores, processes or transmits cardholder data is in scope for… Read more »