For those in the Cybersecurity space one expression that was very common was PCI compliance, the accepting, storing, processing and transmission of credit card data.
We really do not hear much about it these days. It is just accepted that it is the case. Now there there are many intermediaries that can process credit cards securely and affordably and https is at last the dominant transmission protocol, at the transactional level PCI is now only a spectator sport?
But it was not always that way. Today’s Thursday Throwback reflects on PCI compliance in the UK, where over the years TestLab has undertaken many projects.
Read on here.
As a side note the link is http: not https: – how times change.