Aug 13 2009

Thursday night PCI articles

Published by at 8:44 pm under PCI

This morning when I collected a bunch of PCI articles I thought people might be interested in, I thought that was going to be end of it.  Not much could have been farther from the truth.  The PCI furor caused by the comments of Robert Carr has grown, with some serious outrage and some even more serious thought about who’s responsible for securing the enterprise.  I think it’s very good, we need to have this sort of debate for people to realize that it’s not the responsibility of a compliance program, an auditor or an assessor to secure a network.  People like me are there to validate the protections that are in place, but it’s the people who manage the network to secure it.  And the ultimate manager of the network is always the CEO.

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2 Responses to “Thursday night PCI articles”

  1. Pierceon 14 Aug 2009 at 2:44 am

    Nice post, every system/network is able to be hacked with the right set of ideas. Only in the computer world can a company release such insecure and buggy software.

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