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Because MLM provides answer to one of the most frequent questions people face in the Information Age: How does one make a living in a world where there are no more jobs?
As the Information Age is looming, it is clear that jobs, as we know, are becoming obsolete. In the last twenty years, millions of people have been fired from their jobs in corporations. Many have searched in vain for other jobs with pay, benefits or comparable safety.
Previously, the layoffs were seen as a temporary measure to reduce costs. The company sharply reduced its payments to overcome difficult times. However, as the economy recovered, returned to recruit their workers. That no longer happens.
Currently, the reduction occurs for another reason. Companies lay off workers because they have moved their plants outside the country for good, or because automation has made it unnecessary human effort. “The technology becomes increasingly efficient companies with fewer people,” says economist Paul Zane Pelzer, author of Unlimited Wealth, Other People’s Money, and God wants you to be Rico. “The most profitable companies are those that are declining more. This process will continue to accelerate.”
At present, the downsizing continues, in good times and bad.
Most job losses will never return. Even those who continue to work, often have to transform their employee profile independent contractor. Corporations prefer to self to limit the hours of those workers you need and avoid paying benefits. While the permanent staff is reduced, the casual staff, those working under contracts with flexible hours or partial, is growing at a relentless pace.
The economic forecasters are predicting that in the twenty first century will witness the death of the job, as we know. Experts have long predicted that the twenty-first century is an era of luxury, and the Internet, a “horn of plenty” designed specifically to cater to the whims of consumers. In addition, it will. However, making smart choices we must win. In the coming years, our survival is primarily determined by the decisions we make today, by the strategies we choose to build our business in the Information Age. Those choosing the MLM are taking a giant step in the right direction.
The Data Security Standard Payment Card Industry requires basic controls, most of which are the best practices in information security. It is a standard intended to address every business and technological environments that store, process or transmit payment card data. A minimum PCI compliance with these standards cannot adequately protect card data. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct a risk assessment in accordance with the requirements of PCI.
Organized crime is the business of breaking the card details and commits fraud to benefit from their efforts. These businesses are booming and are continually reinventing it. The level of sophistication is evident. A recent violation was identified by common analytical point of purchase fraud. It took two teams of forensic medicine to find the source of the commitment. Hackers also use malaria to gather unencrypted credit card data stored in system memory. These hackers are innovative and patients. Slowly infiltrate an environment, they learn how information flows cards and subtly probed for vulnerabilities. Malaria creates custom unique to the IT environment and the evidence against the antivirus software to avoid detection. Then install the malaria and exploit the demand for payment. Once the card details have been violated, hackers encrypt data stolen and used anti-forensic tools to avoid detection.
1) Management Support
Resources are needed to carry out an overall risk assessment. Explain the current threat landscape to senior management. Determine your risk tolerance and seek their active support. In a small organization could think of a foreign security professional. In a medium sized organization, consider hiring a professional full-time security. In a large organization, a small team should be devoted to risk assessment of technology.
It is necessary to involve members of several teams to conduct risk assessment. Consider establishing a project to identify the participants, conduct the assessment and complete the correction.
2) Systems and data flows
create documents with data flow diagrams that store, process and transmit payment card numbers. From the data security standard PCI, these diagrams should detail the data flow and hardware, “including data transmission and processing of card authorization, capture, settlement, chargeback and other current and applicable.” As a best practice, analysis of payment card data out of the PCI environment at least annually.
Through its distribution channel, team will deliver security solutions; file transfer and connectivity business-to-business market Away. The channel participants will receive technical and sales training to deliver a range of value-added businesses that are aware of security in electronic data management, to respect the companies have identified strategies and marketing programs to expand that awareness to regarding safety in the market.
“Today, Mexican companies are suffering losses in the millions due to security flaws in the handling of your information, either to acquire, process or ship,” said Francisco J. Juarez Lopez, coo of team. “There are known cases of database users of credit cards, cell phones, voter cards, etc., Leaving the street sale and available to criminals who misuse them. There is a continuing need to ensure and protect information from users of services of any type of electronic communications. “
On the other hand, Octavia Leon, director general for Latin America Away, said: “The amount of information transmitted via the Internet every second, needs to be governed by measures and technologies to ensure that at every step and every process, that information is secure. “
With this strategic alliance and Away team, emerge as the pioneers in promoting and providing security solutions in bulk for all the Mexican market.