PCI-DSS Compliance Services
What is PCI-DSS?
How we Can Help you Comply with PCI-DSS
A recurring security assessment of your systems and processes is one of the key controls mandated by PCI-DSS for card data protection. Requirement 11 of the standard emphasizes the need for organizations to perform internal and external penetration test at least once a year or following any major infrastructure changes.
Our PCI-DSS services help you meet PCI-DSS requirements by identifying vulnerabilities that can be exploited. Our PCI tests will reveal real opportunities that hackers could use to compromise payment terminals, payment software, firewalls, and much more.
Reasons to Become PCI Compliant
Prevent hefty fines
Establish customer trust
Secure business partnerships
Protect credit card data
Reduce costs for other compliance
Protect card-processing systems
Configure a Secure Network
1. Safeguard cardholder data by implementing/maintaining a firewall.
2. Do not use vendor-supplied defaults for system passwords and other security parameters.
Protect Cardholder Data
3. Encrypt cardholder data that is transmitted across public networks.
4. Protect stored cardholder data.
Manage Your Vulnerabilities
5. Use and regularly update programs, operating systems and anti-virus software.
6. Develop and maintain secure systems and applications.
Implement Secure Access Control Measures
7. Restrict access to cardholder data on a need-to-know basis.
8. Encrypt cardholder data that is transmitted across public networks.
9. Restrict physical access to cardholder data.
Test and Monitor Your Security
10. Track and monitor all access to network resources and cardholder data.
11. Perform frequent security testing of systems and processes.
Implement and Maintain Security Policies
12. Establish security policies that address information security procedures and processes.
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PCI-DSS Penetration Testing Requirements
Sensitive authentication data includes full track data (magnetic stripe data or equivalent on a chip) and CAV, CVC, CVV and CID numbers, PINS and PIN blocks.
According to the PCI-DSS standards, merchants and providers are permitted to store cardholder data once they become compliant. Some acquirers may permit sensitive authentication data to be stored but only prior to payment authorization.
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