Event log management & network vulnerability management
for PCI DSS compliance
What is the Payment Card Industry Data Security
In March 2007, TJX Companies Inc. disclosed that at
least 45.6 million credit and debit card numbers were stolen by
hackers who broke into its network. In order to avoid such incidents
from happening, the worldâ€™s major credit card companies including
VISA and MasterCard drew up a strict security standard known as the
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).
Should my organization conform to PCI DSS?
organizations handling cardholder data â€“ irrespective of size â€“ have
to become PCI DSS compliant. Since all organizations are constantly
at risk of losing sensitive cardholder data, which could result in
fines, legal action and bad publicity, achieving compliance with PCI
DSS should be high on the agenda of your organization if you store,
transmit or process credit card data. Furthermore, credit card
companies set September 2007 as a deadline for PCI DSS
compliance and organizations that fail to comply face fines of up
to $500,000 if the data is lost or stolen and risk not being
allowed to handle cardholder data.
What does GFI offer to organizations who need to become
PCI DSS compliant?
On June 12, 2007 GFI launched
the GFI PCI Suite, a package comprising the core software required
for PCI DSS compliance. The GFI PCI Suite ships with its award-winning
& Regulation Compliance
|GFI EventsManager for event log management
LANguard Network Security Scanner (N.S.S.), for network
vulnerability scanning, patch management and network
The GFI PCI Suite also features enhanced reporting
functionality with reports created specifically to help your
organization become compliant.
more information, please contact us at the details below.
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