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Cloud Computing: Would PCI Compliance Help or Hurt Security?

June 10, 2010 No Comments

These days it’s not that great a compliment to say something’s as safe as banks, let alone credit cards or those swipe-card readers at the convenience store.

Still, the possibility–raised in the press and on user forums–that cloud security would be included in the most recent update of the ubiquitous Payment Card Industry’s Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) sparked debates on whether requirements designed to protect credit-card data would actually make cloud services less secure.

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