Winston Churchill once said “To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often”. Some might argue that we’ve taken that idea to the extreme and decided to be a society under constant change, in which case we should listen to Mr. Churchill’s further thought, that “There is nothing wrong with change, if it is in the right direction”.
In the case of security and compliance, that constant progress is definitely a good thing. The more secure customer and company data can be kept, the better. Keeping products safe and in good shape along supply lines is also good. All of this comes from improvements in security and compliance, so although new changes can be a pain to comply with, the end result is definitely worth those changes.
In this article we show how an automated auditing and compliance system can benefit businesses affected by PCI security standards changes.