The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) is one of the most common cross-vertical security compliance standards in the world. This standard is enforced worldwide by all major credit card companies. PCI-DSS is necessary to ensure security of your customer’s credit card information, consumer identity, and to prevent theft and fraud.
PCI-DSS was written to be intentionally vague in order to accommodate changes in technology, business practices, and potential threats over time. The specific requirements of the standard are designed to be interpretable by auditors depending on the organization under audit and each individual situation.
Discover, assess, protect, and enforce access to critical enterprise assets containing cardholder data to adhere to PCI-DSS year-over-year, reducing the risk of sensitive information exposure.
Detect, monitor, protect, and enforce enterprise security policies around the unstructured repositories containing cardholder data to implement a 360-degree PCI-DSS compliance strategy.
Track and monitor all access around cardholder data in detailed event reports and interactive dashboards to zero–in on risk patterns associated with PCI-DSS compliance.
Use out-of-the-box reporting templates fed by automated auditing routines and built-in business intelligence incorporating compliance classifications to meet the intent of PCIDSS security provisions and demonstrate compliance.