According to Crystal Bedell, Journalist with CIO.com, “This update highlights what the security industry already knows: Passwords are no longer a sufficient means of controlling access to sensitive data. In a word, compliance with PCI DSS now requires organizations to bolster its access security with multi-factor authentication.”
Since compromised passwords are the leading cause of data breaches (according to the 2016 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report), this is a good thing. Although constantly warned against it, people continue to use the same password on multiple sites.
Hackers are getting better and better at data breaches, forcing the PCI to increase its security measures for e-commerce companies. Part of the PCI requirements includes vulnerability and malware scanning, both of which are offered by Trust Guard, the leader in website security.
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