Archive for June, 2021

14
Jun
21

Last PCI DSS v4 Request For Comments Period

According to an email I received today, the draft validation documents (I am assuming that means the ROC Reporting Template and AOC) will be released on Monday, June 28, on the PCI Portal for QSAs, ISAs and POs to review and comment.

The comment period will be open for 30 days from that date.

Make sure you get your copy, review the documents and generate comments as this is your chance to have input on the PCI DSS.

11
Jun
21

Same Dream Team, New Venue

After years on BrightTalk, the PCI Dream Team is relocating to a new venue due to changes in BrightTalk’s revenue model (i.e., you need to pay to be on BrightTalk).

Thanks to Dream Team member Arthur “Coop” Cooper and his employer, TrustedSec, we will now be broadcasting through TrustedSec’s GoToMeeting instance.

Which brings us to the fact that the PCI Dream Team will be live online on Wednesday, June 23, at 1PM ET/ 1700 UTC. If you would like to attend this live event, you can register here. As usual, this will be an interactive event with attendees providing the questions to the Dream Team to answer.

We expect to have a lively discussion after the PCI SSC’s QSA event on June 15 for an hour and a half. Still no clue as to what is going to be discussed at this QSA session, but if it is going to take an hour and a half it must be good.

As usual, we will also be accepting questions at pcidreamteam AT gmail DOT com. So if you cannot attend the live event or have questions that are just bugging you, you can submit them to that email account so that we have them for this session.

And as a reminder, no questions are off limits EXCEPT those regarding PCI DSS v4 (thank you NDA).

We look forward to seeing you at our new online home.




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