Whitepaper: PCI v4.0, Zero Trust, Privacy, Sovereignty – What to do now?
Data has become one of the most valuable assets to any organization. Data is constantly collected, processed, analyzed and retained for different purposes, in multiple geographical locations, accessed through numerous technologies, by multiple users (potentially from multiple organizations) in various parts of the world.
To address the growing risks associated with maintaining sensitive data, from Personal Identifiable Information (PII) to payment transaction processing, regulators and specification bodies have developed multiple different frameworks over the years, to safeguard of sensitive data, such as:
- Privacy: GDPR, POPIA, PDPA, HIPPA, CPRA, PIPA, etc.
- Governance & Compliance: Data Sovereignty, Data Cross-Broder, Data Sharing
- Security: Zero-Trust Reference Architecture (US-DoD), PCI-DSS 4.0
In this whitepaper, we will unpack the underline data protection technical requirements in these and identify common best practices to satisfy them.