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Beyond PCI Checklists: Securing Cardholder Data with enhanced File Integrity Monitoring

Beyond PCI Checklists: Securing Cardholder Data with enhanced File Integrity Monitoring
This paper reviews the high-level goals of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. It then examines two areas of technical controls relevant to configurations and change, and presents primary risks. Get insider information - download now.
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