PCI DSS for Penetration Testing

Understanding PCI DSS and PA DSS is crucial to the role of a penetration tester. Quoting the relevant PCI-DSS or PA-DSS control reference for your findings would help demonstrate the proper risk arising from common security findings such as support of older SSL versions, weak encryption when storing cardholder data, lack of proper logs from the application, and of course the entire gamut of web application security bugs.


  • K K Mookhey

    K. K. Mookhey (CISA, CISSP) is the Founder & CEO of Network Intelligence (www.niiconsulting.com) as well as the Founder of The Institute of Information Security (www.iisecurity.in). He is an internationally well-regarded expert in the field of cybersecurity and privacy. He has published numerous articles, co-authored two books, and presented at Blackhat USA, OWASP Asia, ISACA, Interop, Nullcon and others.

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I’m imeprssed you should think of something like that

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