PCI council releases third-party security guidelines.

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Businesses are rapidly adopting a third-party operations
model that can put payment data at risk. Today, the PCI Security Standards Council, an open
global forum for the development of payment card security standards, published guidance to
help organizations and their business partners reduce this risk by better understanding their
respective roles in securing card data. Developed by a PCI Special Interest Group (SIG)
including merchants, banks and third-party service providers, the information supplement
provides recommendations for meeting PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) requirement
12.8 to ensure payment data and systems entrusted to third parties are maintained in a secure
and compliant manner.


Source & check more: https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/pdfs/14_08_07_Third-Party_Security_Assurance_SIG_Guidance_Press_Release.pdf


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