Thursday June 4, 2020

A serious issue

Do you take PCI compliance seriously enough? It would appear that many Irish businesses do not, writes Róisín Kiberd

4th September, 2016
Florian Malecki, international product marketing director at Dell Security

Over the last number of years, people in Ireland, and abroad, have lived with a certain false sense of security,” said Conor Flynn, founder of Information Security Assurance Services (ISAS), a specialist information security firm with a focus on the public sector and financial services sector.

“People need to start considering whether the security and networking, and the controls they have in place around their website and any other systems on these networks, are...

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