A service-level agreement (SLA) lays out the obligations of both service providers and their customers to ensure both parties are on the same page and aligns expectations with regards to the functionalities the service is able to provide. Meeting SLA requirements is therefore critical to the success of the company providing the services. But as… Continue reading Meeting security SLAs with Vulcan Cyber
Following years of rumors, the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) is now targeting a Q1 2022 publication date for the release of PCI DSS 4.0, the newest iteration of its globally standardized data security standards. This will be the first full update of PCI DSS since 2015, and raises new questions for… Continue reading PCI DSS 4.0 – everything you need to know (July 2022)
Just five years ago, the vulnerability landscape looked markedly different. There were fewer vulnerabilities to patch and risk was far lower – since most systems were still on-premise and the overall cyber-threat climate was calmer.