In 500 words or more, explain PCI compliance to the database administrator at a large retailer. Consider the consequences for non-compliance.
Use at least three sources. Include at least 3 quotes from your sources enclosed in quotation marks and cited in-line by reference to your reference list. Example: “words you copied” (citation) These quotes should be one full sentence not altered or paraphrased. Cite your sources using APA format.
Using the guidelines provided in this week’s chapter (and other resources as needed), create a step-by-step IT security policy for handling user accounts/rights for a student who is leaving prematurely (drops, is expelled, and so on).
In July 1958 in Iraq a new government took the charge and new government made the new policy about his country. The New government of Iraq’s leader who was come through a revolution immediately denounced the Baghdad pact and Iraq ceased to be a member. The July 1958 meeting of Baghdad pact council which was held in London agreed that another defense organization should take the place of the defunct Baghdad pact. The new organization came to be known as Central Treaty Organization or CENTO in 1959 (Sattar, 2007). The President of Turkey, Ceral Bayar visited Pakistan’s Capital Karachi on 22 September 1958 and talked about diplomatic relations with the President Iskander Mirza. At that time Turkish President suggested for the formation of a confederation between Pakistan, Turkey, Afghanistan and Iran. Shah of Iran welcomed the idea of a confederation on 28th of September 1958 and stated that ‘It’s a good idea and we are ready to form it’, but this good idea of Turkish President could not be concretized because Afghanistan adopted the policy of neutrality on the topic of Confederation. Therefore this visit of theTurkish President was officially declared as a courtesy visit. Pakistani president Iskander Mirza also opposed the idea of formation of confederation in the National Assembly of Pakistan (Ali, 2001). President Ayub Khan visited Ankara (Turkey) in November 1959. During his talks with Turkish President, Ayub Khan discussed the events with the head of the State about the essential importance of the CENTO for the security and strength not only for the partners but also for regions far beyond the frontiers of three countries. That need was keenly felt for concerting more effective military measures. With Iraq out of the picture, there was an increase in the alliance’s unity and Iran, Turkey and Pakistan felt Brotherly regrets over Afghanistan’s unwillingness to join the alliance (The Dawn 9 November 1959). Pakistan, Iran and Turkey started work on the construction of the Ankara, Tehran, Karachi radio micro-wave link January 1960 in order to interlink these three nation by a rapid communication system. At that time US as a member of bilateral agreement of 1959 with Turkey Pakistan and Iran sanctioned $1,837,000 to gear up a project engineering and equipment by CENTO. Meanwhile spectacular political changes took place in Turkey. On the other side in Turkey the pro-American Government >GET ANSWER