Instituting 'Defense in Depth' for PCI Compliance on a Linux Platform

Posted by abefroman on Apr 24, 2011 6:55 AM EDT
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This article is going to tell you how to institute 'defense in depth' to ensure PCI compliance on a Linux platform. Before we go ahead with the details, you'll obviously want to know what defense in depth actually means. Now the entire basis of defense in depth is that your integral server has layer upon layer of security that ensures that intrusion is almost impossible.

This article is going to tell you how to institute 'defense in depth' to ensure PCI compliance on a Linux platform. Before we go ahead with the details, you'll obviously want to know what defense in depth actually means. Now the entire basis of defense in depth is that your integral server has layer upon layer of security that ensures that intrusion is almost impossible.

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