IOUG COLLABORATE 2011 - Credit card data breaches are headline news thus organizations must properly protect credit card data or risk being tomorrow's headline. If an Oracle Database "stores processes or transmits credit card numbers" it must comply with all the requirements of the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) regardless of size or transaction volume. This presentation will provide an overview of the PCI requirements and discuss how each requirement impacts the Oracle Database. Best practices and guidance for securing credit card data and complying with PCI will be discussed especially the most difficult to address requirements of encryption security patches and auditing.
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Tags:Encryption, Sensitive Data, PCI, Oracle Database, Conference