Posts Tagged ‘pci’

Azure Active Directory Setup with Multi-Factor Authentication

I was recently asked to setup an eCommerce Windows site environment that can be managed from a centralized location and comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Active Directory is the solution from where Windows servers can be controlled and managed using Domain Users and Group Policies. However, an additional layer […]

Jump-Start Your Secure Coding Program With OWASP ASVS 3.0

The concept of secure coding used to be a little hazy, one of those you’ll-know-it-when-you-see it concepts.  Patterns for secure coding generally arrived as one-offs, where some vendor would recommend their product/library/framework  because it “solved critical security problem X and here’s why…”  Recently, however, the vast number of data breaches reported in the news has dramatically driven […]

1: A Patient Portal Is Regulated

So this is the first true part of what is a patient portal. I introduced it yesterday but that was only to pave the way for the topics.  Remember, my purpose is to define the complexities of a portal and not the features and functions.  So on to the subject at hand. A lot has […]