How PCI DSS Compliant Businesses Can Still Be Breached?

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The recent Verizon PCI Compliance Report highlighted that there’s a link between PCI DSS-compliant organizations and their ability to ward off cyber-attacks. Even though PCI DSS got implemented more than 12 years ago, cybercriminals still breach companies to access cardholder data. In recent years, the number of cybersecurity breaches has increased significantly. Compliant but Not Secure Typically, cybercriminals target both companies that are PCI DSS-compliant, as well as those that are non-compliant. One of the main misconceptions relating to PCI DSS compliance is that it makes organizations hacker-proof. PCI DSS doesn’t guarantee security, and your company’s compliance status doesn’t automatically…...

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Jordan MacAvoy Jordan MacAvoy is the Vice President of Marketing at Reciprocity Labs and manages the company’s go-to market strategy and execution. Prior to joining Reciprocity, Mr. MacAvoy served in executive roles at Fundbox, a Forbes Next Billion Dollar Company, and Intuit, via their acquisition of the SaaS marketing and communications solution, Demandforce. He brings to the team nearly two decades of marketing and business development experience helping to grow early-stage, venture-backed companies. Mr. MacAvoy is a graduate of Boston University.