If you’re looking for a concise, easy to follow reference to PCI DSS compliance – you’ve just found it!
This newly revised, practical guide, gives you a step by step guide to achieving Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance – showing you how to create, design and build a PCI compliance framework.
The objective of this revised practical guide is to give entities advice and tips on the entire PCI implementation process. It provides a roadmap, helping entities to navigate the broad, and sometimes confusing, PCI DSS v2, and shows them how to build and maintain a sustainable PCI compliance programme. This latest revision also includes increased guidance on how to ensure your compliance programme is ‘sustainable’ and has been based on real-life scenarios, which should help to ensure your PCI compliance programme remains compliant.
Benefits to business include:
- Save time and money with an easy to follow route-map to achieving PCI DSS compliance
- Understand the fundamental ins and outs of PCI DSS compliance
- Build your business case for PCI DSS compliance by providing the key information needed
There is a huge amount of information on the PCI DSS freely available, but it doesn’t always answer your fundamental questions. Whether you’re a manager, executive or director involved in the PCI compliance process as part of your day to day activities, then this book also functions as a key support reference.
What other people say about previous editions of this book:
“This book would be very helpful to companies trying to understand what is required, as well as providing guidance throughout the complicated process.”
Gary Palgon, VP Product Management, Nubridges.com
“If you’re an experienced information security professional or project manager tasked with your first PCI DSS implementation, this book (coupled with PCI DSS itself, or the various other sources of guidance) will be a worthwhile starting point and companion on your journey to compliance. It’s good value and easy to read, providing many pragmatic tips.”
Purchase your copy of this comprehensive guide to PCI DSS compliance today!
About the author
Steve Wright is a consultant and lecturer with extensive experience in the design and implementation of security architecture and information security governance frameworks, including PCI DSS. Steve has successfully executed information security projects for several UK government agencies and completed many consulting engagements for global corporations in sectors including business process outsourcing, manufacturing, telecoms, IT and healthcare. He currently manages a successful security management practice, and is a lecturer and trainer on Information Risk Management and many British Computer Society ISEB courses.
Author: Steve Wright
Publisher: IT Governance Publishing
Published Date: 19 April 2011
Availability: In stock