PCI Requirement 2.3 - Encryption

PCI Requirement 2.3 – Encryption


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Administrative Access and Strong Encryption

PCI Requirement 2.3 calls out the need to encrypt all non-console administrative access using strong cryptography. If your organization does not meet PCI Requirement 2.3, a malicious user could eavesdrop on your network’s traffic and gain sensitive administrative or operational information.

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