The question remains, is POODLE putting your business at risk? If your website still supports SSL 3.0 then the answer is YES!
About the Poodle Virus
A recently discovered vulnerability in a commonly used internet security protocol places many websites at risk of being compromised by a “man-in-the-middle” attack.
How to Protect Your Business From the Poodle Vulnerability
While there is no “fix” for POODLE, there are some changes that can be made to help secure your website. Disabling support for SSL 3.0 on your website, which will prevent connections using this protocol from being established, is currently the best method available for protecting your business and your customer’s information. Please contact your web developer for assistance with disabling SSL 3.0 on your website.
For more information on this vulnerability, please visit the U.S. CERT Website or call 888-477-4510 and ask for PCI support.