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Let’s face it – the revised PCI DSS 4.0 data security standard implementation deadline of March 2025 is a game changer and a looming headache for most CISOs. In stark contrast to the era when companies were only responsible for their network data security, they are now required to guarantee

Outsourcing EMV payment card production may be a standard practice. However, relying on a third-party vendor and potentially exposing sensitive data is not a prudent business strategy. Thus, in-house P3-powered EMV card prepping to gain a competitive edge is a rapidly growing trend to benefit from enhanced cybersecurity, boosted efficiencies,

Remote monitoring and management (RMM) software offering continuously monitored networks, automated updates, backups, patches, and security scans is a growing trend in cybersecurity, rapidly gaining momentum. Even though it is clear why so many leading organisations rely on RMM platforms to bolster their cybersecurity – the harsh reality is that

Compliance with daunting PCI DSS, GDPR, and SOX data security requirements is a challenging balancing act – often hard to master. Especially when third-party cloud platforms retain full access to all your crypto keys. And expose your network to a potentially disastrous brute-force or ransom attack. Thus, leading organisations are