What PCI compliance really means

Friday, 23 January 2009, 6:12 PM EST

One of my big frustrations is when people say things that sound reasonable and yet are entirely wrong. There has been a long conversation on twitter and the blogs about how “PCI compliance is worthless if a compliant company gets hacked.” See, it sounds so plausible, and yet entirely untrue.

At pcianswers.com

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