Posts Tagged ‘PCI DSS’

VPN Haus continues its conversation with Branden Williams, a seasoned information security specialist. Today we go beyond the cloud and get Branden’s thoughts on other gaps in PCI 2.0, as well as other network security trends. VPN Haus: Other than cloud, what do you think was missing from PCI DSS 2.0? What are the most/least […]

This week, VPN Haus continues its conversation with Branden Williams, a seasoned information security specialist, about PCI and the cloud. VPN Haus: Because of PCI 2.0’s lack of clarity on the cloud, do you think most merchants will only move non-PCI related data to the cloud – until they get more guidance from the Council? […]

VPN Haus spoke to Walter Conway of 403 Labs on the show floor at RSA 2011, and he said “cloud, cloud, cloud” is this year’s key trend. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDb6x-gQ58M&w=420&h=295] Companies are still wondering what to put in the cloud—low value applications, such as an HR system or high value applications, like payment systems or information with […]

By Anton Chuvakin Mainstream security in the cloud:  Yes, Qualys and a few others have been doing it since 1999 and a few cloud security providers has been absorbed into large entities (latest, sort of). But I suspect that in 2011 we will see much more of “ approach to security of … now in […]

Editor’s Note: This post is part of the Forward Thinking series, which features expert opinions on the top security trends of 2011. By Anton Chuvakin My past forecasting experience shows that I am a cowardly, extrapolating predictor – and can get a lot of the easy, obvious stuff right. Great! Even so, I will do […]