PCI 3.2 – What are the key changes and what do they mean for you?

PCI version 3.2 will be published at the end of April and the Security Standards council have recently released a new blog post in which their Chief Technology Officer Troy Leach provides insights into key changes in the standard, what they mean, and how PCI DSS 3.2 helps strengthen payment security programs.

PCI version 3.2 will be published at the end of April and the Security Standards council have recently released a new blog post in which their Chief Technology Officer Troy Leach provides insights into key changes in the standard, what they mean, and how PCI DSS 3.2 helps strengthen payment security programs.

Preparing for PCI DSS 3.2: Summary of Changes

We will be updating this area with new information as and when it is released but if you have any questions around the updates or would like any more information please do get in touch with us at bd@gemserv.com or on +44 (0)20 7090 1022.

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