The most interesting type of data for cybercriminals is undoubtedly credit card data. For precisely that reason, a dedicated standard exists – PCI-DSS – created and observed by the payment card industry. The PCI DSS standard is pretty thorough and aims at increasing the security… Read More »Why Are Credit Card Numbers Leaking?
Explore more about PCI DSS and find out how to improve your information security in order to comply with this standard.
“Compliance” may sound boring and useless – consultants and lawyers are telling you how you should do things and then go around with checklists to see if everything fits a predefined vision of how a certain business should operate. And there are all sorts of… Read More »Technology-Driven Compliance
You are likely using a log collector – Graylog, Splunk, Loggly, logstash, logz.io, scylar, CloudWatch logs, etc. And log collectors are absolutely mandatory for any deployment of more than one machine (though they are very useful even in that case). They collect all your logs… Read More »How LogSentinel SIEM Complements Log Collectors
LogSentinel was presented by our CEO at the Innovation Summit on Banking and Insurance in Austria earlier this month, organized by LSZ consulting, whom we thank for inviting us. The talk was an overview of the problems of existing audit trail solutions in use in… Read More »LogSentinel Was Presented at the Innovation Summit on Banking and Insurance
Nowadays, data security and data protection are crucially important not only for the business but also for the public sector. To safeguard the customers’ rights, organizations must follow established rules and regulations and the best security standards such as the GDPR and PCI DSS. Overall… Read More »GDPR vs PCI DSS: How they complement each other