New PCI Compliance Requirements are in Place – Now What?

Duration: 60 Minutes

David Hold, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, j2 Cloud Services, Inc.

David Hold, Sr. Product Marketing Manager at j2 Cloud Services, Inc., is responsible for the go-to-market strategies for the eFax Corporate® suite of solutions.

The Payment Card Industry’s Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) new requirements for 2018 just went into effect on June 30, 2018. Any organization that accepts or processes credit card payments on-line via the Web or by fax needs to be in compliance by this date. Unlike other privacy and security regulations, PCI-DSS is a prescriptive standard, meaning it defines specific data security controls that must be implemented by specific dates in order to be in compliance.

In this webinar we will provide detailed guidance on what is required to meet the technical requirements of the latest iteration of the of the standard, PCI-DSS v.3.2.

We will also show you how cloud fax services that are engineered with the latest crypto-technology to protect card holder data (CHD), as well as personally identifiable information (PII) and electronic protected healthcare information (ePHI), in most cases will exceed compliance requirements.

Join our Webinar to learn more about:

  • Why SSL or early versions of TLS are longer acceptable as of June 30, 2018
  • Upgrading to TLS version 1.2 and disabling older versions?
  • What migration options are available and what you need to do to remain compliant.
  • How the right Cloud Fax provider can enhance your compliance and data security efforts
  • A review of safe, reliable and compliant Cloud Faxing Solutions from eFax Corporate
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