[Owasp-ireland] Potential of 4.2 million credit card details stolen via cyber attack.
david.rook at realexpayments.com
Tue Mar 25 06:40:20 EDT 2008
I think this is another example of PCI compliance being just that - a
compliance standard. Being compliant (as is demonstrated here and with
TJX) does not always equate to being secure.
PCI is ambiguous and it could be improved to try and make companies both
secure and compliant. As for who is to blame, is it not a case of 6 of
one and half a dozen of the other?
> Maybe a bit slow on this one but I'd thought I'd share it
> A PCI compliant company was compromised and an estimate of 4.2 million
> cc numbers were obtained.
> The issue arises that the company were PCI compliant and now the blame
> game has ensued. The PCI assessors are being blamed, there is mention
> of ambiguity regarding the PCI standard, where to apply some of the
> technical controls etc..
> Eoin Keary OWASP - Ireland
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