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PCI Board of Advisors, and Truncation Best Practices standard

Last week was the first PCI Board of Advisors meeting for the recently elected board set to serve through June 2013. While it was a very productive session, I will not be able to blog about much of the meeting. It’s that way by design (rightfully so). At some point, I’ll have a few additional guidelines to work within, but ultimately I signed an NDA as did my company, and I plan on honoring the terms of that NDA regardless of my thoughts about it. Just to clarify, I plan to honor the terms in the NDA that I signed, or live by the consequences if I don’t. But that’s not what this post is about. I’ve been an advocate ...

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PCI Board of Advisors Voting Open! standard

If you are a participating organization or other stakeholder in the PCI Security Standards Council, you should have received your voting ballot for the next Board of Advisors today. RSA is listed as one of the vendors, and I hope that we contribute enough value to the security community to be considered one of your top three! Voting closes on Friday, April 8. Possibly Related Posts: Equifax is only half the problem, your SSN needs a redesign! Orfei Steps Down Two reports, many questions The Beginning of the End, No PCI DSS 4.0 in 2016 We Should Question Bold Claims that PCI Is “Highly Effective”

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