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ISACA releases – A Practical Guide to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)

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The guide provides a comprehensive overview of the PCI DSS and explains how to implement its demanding security requirements. The guide also contains a wealth of background information about payment cards and the nature of payment card fraud. The content in this guide goes beyond other sources of information about the PCI DSS by providing the following valued information::

Concise summaries of PCI DSS requirements (published in the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard Requirements and Security Assessment Procedures, Version 3.1)
Consolidated information from numerous PCI DSS publications
Background advice on challenging requirements
Techniques that are required to scope and implement the requirements
PCI DSS requirements mapped to COBIT 5 processes and International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 27001/2 controls
Detailed explanation of how to design a professional audit/assurance plan
The guide has been written in plain language to enable non-technical directors, managers and staff in retail enterprises, financial organizations and IT service functions to easily find, understand and use the information.

Jake Eliasz

Jake is a Chartered Lead Security Consultant with over 15 years' experience in Information Technology. Jake has performed many consultative engagements for retail, banking and government sectors in the EMEA region. Jake is currently focused on designing security controls, PCI DSS, PA DSS, ethical hacking and security risk/compliance. Prior to working for NCC Group, Jake worked as a Lead Security Consultant - QSA (Ambersail), Security Specialist (CreditCall) and Security Analyst (Symantec), where he was designing, implementing and managing various security controls for large, distributed networks. Jake has graduated from the University of Plymouth with the MSc degree in Information Security.

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