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Network intrusions are on the increase: time to engage a Retained Forensics specialist

Network intrusions are on the increase: time to engage a Retained Forensics specialist

This month Visa has reported an increase in the number of network intrusions involving service providers. It also reports increases in re-breaches of merchant payment environments and skimming incidents..

A data breach damages more than your reputation

A data breach damages more than your reputation

Being known as the source of the largest data breach in history is probably not how Yahoo would like to be remembered. The reputations of eBay, Linkedin, MySpace, Talk..

Home grown talent makes SRM European leader in cyber security

Home grown talent makes SRM European leader in cyber security

Newcastle-based Security Risk management (SRM) Ltd is addressing the national shortage of top level qualified cyber security consultants by employing individuals with potential and then providing training in house...

PCI DSS Version 3.2 is released today – so what has made it through to the final cut?

PCI DSS Version 3.2 is released today – so what has made it through to the final cut?

The eagerly anticipated update to the global Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) has been released today, Thursday April 28th 2016. This update to the standard has..

The real risk of ransomware

The real risk of ransomware

“We do not negotiate with terrorists” is a patriotic statement used by many countries. Does this notion still hold when you risk losing your data? The short answer is..

Zen and the Art of PCI Maintenance

Zen and the Art of PCI Maintenance

By Paul Brennecker, PCI QSA, PCI PFI, PCIP, Principal QSA, Security Risk Management Ltd “Is it hard?’ Not if you have the right attitudes. It’s having the right attitudes..

The advantages of P2PE V2

The advantages of P2PE V2

by Paul Brennecker Merchants can enhance data protection and simplify compliance efforts by adopting the PCI-approved point-to-point (P2PE) Standard v 2. Simpler to adhere to than the original version,..