New WLAN security requirements for PCI DSS 1.2

The looming revision to the PCI DSS standard will require new approaches to WLAN security.

The PCI Security Standards Council recently announced the imminent release of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 1.2. This revision includes a number of changes, updates and clarifications that affect anyone involved in the storage, processing or transmission of credit card information. One of the major areas of change, however, involves the use of wireless networks to transmit cardholder data.

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