Archive for: September, 2008
Hubert O'Donoghue - O-C Group - Dublin | 12/09/2008 | 3252 views
PCI DSS Dos
Secure your network, deploy firewalls and disable unnecessary services and protocols. Even if you are a Card Present merchant, you most likely have internet connectivity which may indirectly expose sensitive data. Be particularly careful with wireless (remember TJX)
When you make changes to systems carry out securit...
Tags: Cards, Security
Hubert O'Donoghue - O-C Group - Dublin | 11/09/2008 | 1906 views
It seem like every second day we hear about another security breach or data compromise involving usually tens of thousands of card numbers and often additional and even more sensitive information which if used in conjunction with the card number can result in serious financial loss and reputational damage to the compromised party.
At the same time...
Tags: Security, Payments
Alan Tanaman - 80c Limited - London | 03/09/2008 | 2557 views
It's all very well that there is missing or incorrect reference data such as IBAN and BIC, but some things seem so simple to address, and yet they somehow fall by the wayside...
It is a given that one of the biggest obstacles to STP of inbound cross-border payment messages, at least for those of fairly large reportable amounts, is central bank rep...
Tags: Payments, Post-trade & ops