Jean-Baptiste Bres

Chief Information Security Officer

Xinja is now PCI DSS compliant certified

Xinja just got certified PCI DSS compliant! The PCI DSS compliance refers to the technical and operational standards that businesses must follow to secure and protect your credit and payment card data. These standards for compliance are developed and managed by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council.

It is a huge milestone for us and, if you ever got through such a certification process, you would know how challenging it is!

To mark the event, we published a short article on how we designed our environments to get compliance. So read more about it below:

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Read about Xinja's Journey to the Cloud

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💡 Public Cloud ☁️ - Australia and New Zealand Regulatory Landscapes

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More than ever, financial institutions in Australia and New Zealand are moving toward public cloud computing as a way to benefit from easy to use, flexible, cost effective and reliable infrastructures and services. Despite its substantial benefits, cloud computing also creates a complex new environment for financial institutions to navigate. Regulators in Australia and New Zealand are evolving their requirements and guidelines. It results in a growing expectation that financial institutions have a robust governance over their outsourcing process and ensure a high level of oversight of their cloud service providers. This article discusses the regulatory requirements around usage of Cloud Services in Australia and New Zealand and how to satisfy them.

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💡 Understanding Meltdown and Spectre

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As an executive or senior manager, what should I know and what should my company be doing about Meltdown and Spectre?
If you are not an IT Security specialist and you have been trying to understand what all the fuss is about - you are probably struggling to find articles that are not overly technical or too generic. Hopefully, this one will be answer your questions.

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