Although version 3.2 of the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) was released over half a year ago, its impact will stretch much further into the future. In a way, the strategic introduction of the standard is the most noteworthy element about it. There are a few essential changes, but the projected runway provides more than enough time for organizations to brace themselves. As Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council's CTO Troy Leach stated in an interview, he believes the postponed update will give organizations the time they need to effectively implement security processes that help mitigate against cyberattacks. However, this does not mean that companies are off the hook, as today’s “most advanced” security technology can become a vulnerability to exploit for tomorrow’s cyber criminals. Follow along as the Rippleshot Team looks at The Key Highlights of PCI DSS 3.2.