IBM i, PCI DSS 3.2, and Multi-Factor Authentication

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Prior to version 3.2 of the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), remote users were required to use multi-factor authentication for access to all systems processing, transmitting, or storing credit card data. With version 3.2, this is now extended to include ALL local users performing administrative functions in the cardholder data environment (CDE).
Download this podcast to learn about:
  • What PCI DSS 3.2 means for IBM i administrators
  • Why it is harder to identifiy an administrative user on the IBM i
  • Challenges IBM i customers are facing regarding multi-factor authentication
  • How Townsend Security is helping organizations meet PCI DSS 3.2 with multi-factor authentication

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