PCI DSS Version 4.0 – What does this mean for you?

Updating The Standard

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard has been designed to protect customers against fraud when using their credit or debit cards and has been around for around 18 years. In that time, the threat from criminals has increased both in volume and in complexity.

To make sure the standard is appropriate for the current market and technologies, the standard has been revised and updated with a compliance date of 1 April 2024.

This podcast covers:

  • Who needs to comply with the standard (Merchants, Payment Processors, Banks)?
  • What to include in the Scope and how to reduce the Scope?
  • Some of the ways hackers operate and skim data
  • The evolution of the standard to v.4.0
  • The role of a QSA

Want to know more? ECSC will be holding an in-person workshop on the Thursday 9th March to discuss the changes, what steps can be taken in advance and answer any questions you may have. This event is free to attend with pre-registration required. If you are interested in attending the workshop, click here or email events@ecsc.co.uk to secure your place.

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