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129 – What is new in PCI DSS v4?

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This is another exciting episode of our cybersecurity podcast! Today, we’ve got a topic that’s is of great interest to all —the updated Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard version 4, or PCI DSS v4. If you’re in the world of payments, data security, or simply curious about the latest in safeguarding your customers’ sensitive information, this episode is a must-listen.

In this edition, we’ll explore the key updates and changes in PCI DSS v4, the reasons behind its release, and what it means for businesses processing credit card transactions. From enhanced authentication measures to the latest encryption protocols, the new standard promises to fortify data protection and combat emerging cyber threats.

So, get ready to dive into the cutting-edge world of PCI DSS v4 as we unravel the advancements that’ll shape the future of secure payment processing. Let’s jump right in with the start of  this week’s top trending news. 

  • Accidental VirusTotal upload is a valuable reminder to double check what you share
  • Microsoft allows logging access to all their license tiers like E3

https://support.virustotal.com:How it works
https://www.virustotal.com: Upload
https://www.bleepingcomputer.com: Stolen Microsoft key offered widespread access to Microsoft cloud services
https://www.bleepingcomputer.com: Microsoft expands access to cloud logging data for free after Exchange hacks
https://listings.pcisecuritystandards.org: PCI-DSS-v3-2-1 to v4-0 Summary of Changes

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