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False Security: The Four Myths of PCI Compliance

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What Associations and Nonprofits Need To Know

Cyber attacks are now so commonplace we’ve become numb to them. For many retailers, the bottom-line impact of data breaches is easily addressed with new credit cards, a variety of promotions too good to miss, and the passage of time. But, for associations and nonprofits whose success relies on relationships with constituents to drive membership and other revenue streams, this violation of trust may not be so easily overcome.

Fortunately, there’s a clear path of action designed to help prevent compromise of payment card data. The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard is the authorized program of goals and associated security controls and processes that keeps payment card data safe from exploitation.

Learn more about PCI compliance from the association and nonprofit perspective in, “False Security: The Four Myths of PCI Compliance.”

In this whitepaper, you’ll learn:

  • PCI compliance levels
  • Penalties for noncompliance
  • Internet browser changes for SSL certification

 

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