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Organizations Under Most Pressure to Comply with PCI Security Standards

September 28, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Enterprise and IT Compliance Management

More than a quarter of organizations (27%) feel the most pressure to comply with PCI data security standards in 2018. Close behind, 26% of IT security decision-makers cited the General Data Protection Regulation, which took effect in May 2018, as the regulation putting the most pressure on their organization.


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