PCI-DSS
Compliance

Comply with PCI-DSS requirements with the help of our PCI-DSS compliance services.

PCI-DSS Compliance

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 penetration testing 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 so on.

Our PCI-DSS Compliance Services

Network Penetration Testing Project Scoping

Cybersecurity
Audit

External Network Penetration Testing

Network
Penetration Testing

Web Application Penetration Testing

Application
Penetration Testing

360 Cybersecurity Audit

Security Policy
Writing

Cybersecurity Roadmap

Consulting
for Compliance

Vulnerability Scan

Vulnerability
Scanning

Firewall Audit

Firewall
Audit

Phishing Test

Phishing
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Penetration Tests that comply with the PCI-DSS requirements.

PCI DSS Requirement 6.1
Meet the 6.1 requirement by establishing a process to identify security vulnerabilities in your internal and external applications, by using reputable outside sources for security vulnerability information, and assign a risk ranking (for example, as ‘high,’ ‘medium,’ or ‘low’) to newly discovered security vulnerabilities.
PCI DSS Requirement 6.2
In order to fulfill the 6.2 requirement, you must ensure that all software and system components are protected from known vulnerabilities by installing the applicable security patches provided by the supplier. You must install the patches within the first month following their release.
PCI DSS Requirement 11.3.1
The 11.3.1 requirement requires the realization of external penetration tests at least once a year and after any significant changes or upgrades to the infrastructure / application (for example, upgrading the system, adding a subnet or web server to the environment, etc.).
PCI DSS Requirement 11.3.2
The 11.3.2 requirement requires the completion of internal penetration tests at least once a year and after any change or upgrade significant infrastructure or the application (for example, upgrade of the operating system or adding a subnet or web server in the environment).
PCI DSS Requirement 11.3.3
The 11.3.3 requirement mandates that the vulnerabilities found during the tests are corrected and that additional testing are be performed until the vulnerabilities have been corrected.
PCI DSS Requirement 11.3.4
If segmentation is used to isolate the CDE from other networks, the 11.3.4 requirement mandates a penetration test at less once a year and following modification of the methods / controls of segmentation to verify that the Segmentation methods are operational and effective.

Professional Quality Report

At the conclusion of the project, a detailed report which contains the identified vulnerabilities and the recommendations to correct them will be provided and presented to you. The report also includes an executive summary that provides a clear and concise overview of the overall state of your security as well as actionable recommendations to improve your Cybersecurity. This report will provide evidence that your systems are compliant with PCI-DSS requirements.
Penetration Testing Report Example

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