A Secure Network for Credit Card Transactions: Addressing PCI Compliance With Juniper Networks Unified Access Control
Source: Juniper Networks
A security breach involving customer data can be devastating to retail and consumer companies and lead to a host of business problems - from negative publicity and impact on corporate reputation to loss of customer trust, fines, investigations and litigation. The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) is a set of requirements developed to help companies avoid these problems by ensuring the security of credit cardholder data. U.S. merchants, as well as those in Europe and Asia doing business with or in the U.S., must now meet minimum levels of security when they process, transmit and/or store cardholder data and personal information throughout a purchase or transaction.