Failing to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) can expose organizations to potential
Some of the biggest hurdles to achieving and maintaining compliance are patch management, log monitoring, firewall management and web application firewall management. Minimize those hurdles by getting help from experts who understand that complying with PCI DSS is a continuous process requiring constant vigilance.
litigation and fines. With stakes that high,
your organization needs to ensure proper safeguards are in place to protect
Streamline your efforts—and the resources needed—to manage the following PCI DSS related tasks:
- Log Monitoring
- Log Retention
- Managed Web Application Firewall
- Managed Firewall
- Managed Vulnerability Scanning
- Managed Web Application Scanning
PCI DSS includes strict logging and monitoring requirements meant to keep track of user activity in the cardholder environment and create an audit trail. With security monitoring services, all of your organization's alerts and logs are monitored 24x7 in real-time, and any malicious activity can be identified and responded to before any damage is done.
Another critical aspect of PCI DSS compliance is vulnerability scanning. The PCI DSS standard mandates organizations' conduct both internal and external network vulnerability scans every quarter and document the results. The external compliance scans must be conducted by an Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV). Managed Vulnerability Scanning provides your organization with detailed reports that can be used to prioritize remediation efforts and identify the vulnerabilities that pose the greatest risk, 24x7.
- Assess compliance: identify what data is in scope and close gaps in security
- Continuous security: 24x7 visibility and security controls to protect cardholder data
- Certified Forensic Investigators: if a breach happens, prepare your team for the challenges ahead