A 90-Day Action Plan for 6.4.3 and 11.6.1

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Whitepaper: Zero to Compliance - the Source Defense MethodZero to Compliance: The Source Defense Method

There are more than 50 new requirements in PCI DSS 4.0. That’s a lot to worry about and a lot to get ready for in just a short period of time. Realistically, with an impending Q4 code-freeze, you have the next six months to tackle it all.

The eSkimming security controls required under 6.4.3 and 11.6.1 should be at the TOP of your list. The good news is that you can get these changes out of the way inside 90 days if you get working on an action plan this quarter!

Source Defense protects more than 1,000 of the world’s leading brands, our solution has been reviewed by CoalFire and VikingCloud, it is trusted by hundreds of the world’s QSACs and it was purpose-built to be easy to test, rapid to deploy, cost-effective and virtually management free.

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