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PCI Compliance is All Day Every Day

​Once a year you gather your team, run down your data security protocol, patch any obvious holes in your network and work feverishly to meet the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) annual audit.But PCI compliance isn't a goal you aim to hit once a year. Hackers are working constantly to steal your cardholder data. They're lookin...
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A QSA’s job: keep you honest about PCI compliance

As the use of credit cards becomes more ubiquitous, so too does the need for security standards to protect cardholder data. That has led to the rise of the Qualified Security Assessor (QSA).What is a QSA? And who needs one? The title of QSA is an industry designation conferred by the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council to informa...
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Common IT Questions from PCI to Password Resets

​Providing business and enterprise level hosted environments is a 24/7/365 job. No question is too small and no problem is too big. Whether you are a company with 10 employees operating through a shared server or your business has hundreds of employees and thousands of servers, ZZ Servers' job is to make sure businesses operating within our network...
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ZZ Servers Co-Founder to Speak at Refresh Savannah: Lightning Talks

​Safety first. It's an old adage that holds true whether you're holding scissors, handling a hot pan, crossing a busy street or securing your digital devices. ZZ Servers Co-Founder and Managing Partner David M. Zendzian will offer tips on how to keep your information safe at tech SAVannah's Refresh Savannah: Lightning Talk series in January.Zendzia...
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ZZ Servers Achieves PCI DSS 3.2 Level 1 Service Provider Certification

For the fifth consecutive year IT solutions firm ZZ Servers has earned Level 1 Service Provider compliance through the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) version 3.2. Aimed at keeping credit card data secure, the credit card companies American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard and Visa administ...
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