Simplifying PCI DSS 3.2 Compliance with Preempt

If your organization handles credit cards, you are no doubt familiar with  Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance. PCI DSS is a set of requirements and procedures that have been established in order to strengthen security of cardholder transactions and data in order to reduce fraud. PCI DSS controls have been implemented for many years but as hackers have advanced their efforts, new requirements continue to emerge with updates to existing controls and reporting.
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Corporate Culture Shift: Using Adaptive Security to Influence Employee Security Behavior

I’ve heard it many times from customers: “IT Security needs to be transparent to users in order to be successful.” Unfortunately, we are now in a digital age where things have dramatically changed and research has shown over and over that credential compromise is the top way that hackers breach an organization.
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Study Finds Employee Security Habits Reveal Risky Imbalance

Human nature motivates us to enhance productivity, make things easy, find workarounds and to crave information that is being kept from us. How do these motivations change the way people work? Do their actions put their company at risk? Do IT Security teams need to understand basic psychology to protect their organizations?
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Defending Against Credential Compromise (VIDEO)

Credential Compromise has been a leading attack vector for the last five years. There are a variety of ways that attackers can do this. It could be by guessing passwords, phishing emails, spyware,  or even pulling credentials out of memory. To detect and more proactively defend against credential compromise, organizations need to have visibility into identity, behavior and risk as well as the ability to automatically respond or take action when signs of compromise have been detected.
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