Welcome to our podcast series, Coffee with The Council. I'm Alicia Malone, senior manager of public relations for the PCI Security Standards Council. Today we'll be talking about resources and upcoming engagement events pertaining to the recent release of version four of the PCI Data Security Standard, or PCI DSS. My guests for this episode are Elizabeth Terry, senior manager of community engagement at PCI SSC and Lindsay Goodspeed, senior manager of corporate communications at PCI SSC. Welcome to both of you!
BEC fraud generated more losses for victims than any other type of cybercrime in 2021. It’s long past time that organizations got a handle on these scams.
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Camfecting doesn’t ‘just’ invade your privacy – it could seriously impact your mental health and wellbeing. Here’s how to keep an eye on your laptop camera.
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As the Five Eyes nations warn of attacks against critical infrastructure, we look at the potentially cascading effects of such attacks and how essential systems and services can ramp up their defense
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Lessons from history and recent attacks on critical infrastructure throw into sharp relief the need to better safeguard our essential systems and services
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Here’s what to know about vulnerabilities in more than 100 Lenovo consumer laptop models and what you can do right away to stay safe – all in under three minutes
Young people are not passive victims of technology or helpless addicts. They are technology creators and agents with diverse backgrounds and interests.
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