ANX Corporate Blog: Posts tagged as pci

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Apr 18th 2011, 17:11

ANX to Exhibit at the 2011 Multi-Unit Franchising Conference

Posted by Kim Francisco
ANXeBusiness Corp. (ANX), a leading provider of SMB PCI Compliance management solutions, integrated security and compliance and secure connectivity solutions, announced today that the company will be showcasing its solutions at the 2011 Multi-Unit Franchising Conference at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.   ANX will be discussing and demonstrating their solutions at booth #627.
The 10th annual Multi-Unit Franchising Conference has been the premier conference for franchisees.  The show provides franchisees, franchisors, and franchise business leaders with a place to learn, network and make deals for their businesses.  The expected attendance for this event is over 700 multi-unit franchisees, franchisors, and franchise business solution

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Mar 1st 2011, 14:15

The Art of PCI Compliance - Risk Assessment

Posted by Steven Fox
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), is “a set of comprehensive requirements for enhancing payment account data security.”  In other words, PCI provides a set of tactics to protect the confidentiality and integrity of data.  Great place to start – but it’s only part of the picture.  Applying them appropriately requires situational awareness and knowledge of the company’s core values and strategy.
This series explores Sun Tzu’s approach to assessing an army’s readiness for battle as applied to compliance requirements in support of business strategies.
Assess the Risk
“Regulations are not designed to handle the kinds of

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Mar 9th 2010, 16:53

Security Trends - RSA 2010

Posted by Dennis Piche
ANX sent four delegates (including our CEO) to the RSA conference this year with learning in mind;  learning more about what our competition is up to, learning more about potential business partners, and learning more about emerging trends in security.  Here are some of my takeaways from the conference:
According to Tom Heiser (of RSA) attendance was up 20% this year.  After a disappointing 2009 this is refreshing news and hopefully the sign of a recovering economy.
Cloud Security:  The Cloud Security Alliance put on a sold out show to kick off the conference on Monday.  Unfortunately I did not arrive in San Francisco until Monday afternoon but I heard they had to turn many away

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Dec 7th 2009, 07:05

PCI Compliance is a Helpful Hassle

Posted by Glenn Moore
One of my favorite summertime activities is camping with my family.  Campfires, hiking, outdoor cooking and just unplugging from the daily grind.  We camp in a 30' RV which really blurs the line between camping and staying at a hotel.  The RV has air conditioning, shower/bathroom, and a full kitchen.  It's far from roughing it!

Operating an RV is actually pretty easy but there are some mandatory requirements.  Last weekend I finished my annual ritual of preparing the RV for winter storage.  It's a bit of a hassle.  You need to drain the fresh water system and then add 5 gallons of RV anti-freeze.  The solution needs to flow completely through all the PVC plumbing in the

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Nov 21st 2009, 12:10

National Data Breach Notification Laws Getting Closer

Posted by Glenn Moore
Political momentum is building for a nationalized approach to data breach notification.  I think it's just a question of "when" this will become the law of the land.
Here's a quick summary of the laws under consideration:

The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee recently approved two bills that would require organizations with data breaches to report them to potential victims.
The first bill is called the Data Breach Notification Act and is sponsored by Senator Dianne Feinstein of California.  It would require U.S. agencies and businesses that engage in interstate commerce to report data breaches to victims whose personal information "has been, or is reasonably believed to have been,

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