PCI DSS gets a revision

A recently published revision to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) v3.1 updates its requirements and removes Secure Sockets Layer and the older version of TLS (Transport Layer Security, the successor to SSL) as examples of strong cryptography. After June 30, 2016, organizations using SSL and early versions of TLS will not be in compliance.

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