Stay Classy, San Diego!

Stay Classy, San Diego!

Taking a hint from Anton Chuvakin’s blog, I thought I’d start posting the five most popular posts from the previous month. If you have not had a chance to read everything here, give these five a try!

Here are the five most popular posts from last month:

    1. To New Beginnings. It was an epic run.  Six years with the same company, seeing it through two acquisitions/divestitures, and working with some of the best in the industry to build a world class consulting organization makes you nostalgic.  It was time to move on, and lots of folks were interested!
    2. Will PCI Mandate the Use of Data Discovery Tools? Some views on the ups and downs that DLP and data discovery tools live with every day they go out to pitch their wares.  One individual asked this question in Prague, see what advantages something like this might yield!
    3. More Fun with Hashed PANs. Is hashing something in your tool belt when asked “How do I protect this data?”  Check out this post to see where some of the limitations to hashing are, and when you should consider using it (also, when you should NOT).
    4. Does PTS Apply to ATMs? Another question from Prague.  Check the comments on this one.  Renouned expert Mike Dahn clears this one up nicely.
    5. Multi-Function Service Providers, What to do? What happens when your business model as a service provider includes issuer functions?  Like issuer processing, card printing, and other types of services where the storage of prohibited data might be required?  What should you do?  Read this for a start!

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