Making Compliance a Habit

Episode 2 January 04, 2021 00:14:27
Making Compliance a Habit
Secure Payments
Making Compliance a Habit
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Show Notes

As we enter the season of resolutions, where many of us are trying to break habits, we discuss why compliance is one habit you should maintain all year round.

Jane Goodayle is joined by PCI Pal’s Data Protection Officer, Innes French, to analyse why compliance rates continue to fall and why few organisations are able to keep a minimum baseline of security controls in place. They look at why organisations let compliance slip after the ‘all-important’ first audit and Innes shares advice on how companies can turn compliance into a (good) habit.

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