Don’t be distracted by criticism. Remember–the only taste of success some people get is to take a bite out of you.
IT Security Tip #46: Is my PCI compliance good enough to serve as a network cybersecurity audit?
We often get asked if an organization has passed their PCI compliance requirements for accepting credit cards; is there really a need for more security and compliance? The answer is yes! While the PCI architecture and requirements heavily overlap network security issues, a network security audit is going to take a deeper look into how you utilize the technology you own. Most businesses typically need to conduct a network security audit at the same time they conduct a PCI audit.
The PCI regulations have gone a long way toward making every business that accepts credit cards become more secure – it’s a threat to the payment industry to have unsecured businesses responsible for millions in fraudulent charges. A good network security audit at the same time as your PCI audit typically provides for a balanced scale when weighing security and functionality.
PowerPoint: Shortcuts to your Slide Show
You don’t need a mouse or clicker to run a slide show:
Press F5 to start from the beginning, or Shift+F5 to start from the current slide.
Press the right arrow key to see the next slide or animation. The left arrow key shows the previous slide or animation.
Press number and then Enter to go to a particular slide number.
Press Esc to end the slide show.
Shortcut of the Week
Pressing Ctrl + W closes the current window.
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James Pearson, President
The Computer Center
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