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PCI DSS Compliance Software

Every organization dealing with payment card transactions must adhere to the Payment Card Industry–Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), a series of security based compliance Requirements which are designed to place controls around cardholder data in order to guard against payment card fraud.

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The standard calls for a broad range of security measures, but beyond the use of firewalling, intrusion protection systems and anti-virus software, the understanding of the requirements and responsibilities of the merchant can seem complicated, confusing and expensive.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. How you approach the standard makes all the difference, particularly as the benefits of the PCI DSS, which include running a more secure network, protecting corporate brand and reputation, and guarding against data breaches and network attacks, make it important to view the standard as an ongoing initiative that is part of an overarching strategy, rather than a point in time, tick box exercise.

NNT makes PCI DSS compliance simple, combining device hardening, event log management, change and configuration management and file integrity monitoring (FIM) into one, easy-to-use solution.

NNT Change Tracker™ de-mystifies PCI compliance and makes progress straightforward. Included as standard is a step-by-step approach to PCI compliance – starting with a Step#1 PCI Compliance template, you can report on how far adrift your servers, databases, firewalls and network devices are from being compliant, before progressing through the Step#2 and Step#3 report.

NNT Change Tracker™ provides built-in reports and templates for file integrity monitoring and hardening checklists that have been approved by the world’s leading QSA organizations, such as Verizon, Trustwave, IRM plc, 2Sec, Comsec Consulting, Sense of Security and many more.

The solution will provide:-

  • Fast and efficient auditing of all devices via hardening templates for all security and governance policies
  • Out of the Box auditing and monitoring reports and templates, including an Advanced PCI Compliance report suitable for Level 1 Merchants and Payment Processors/Acquiring Banks - see more at Device Hardening & Continuous Compliance Monitoring
  • Details of all security incidents and key events correlated and alerted
  • Any breach of compliance rules reported including file integrity changes, registry, installed programs and updates, process lists and service states, security and audit policies, user account and password policies, plus any 3rd party configuration files can be monitored for changes and tracked for compliance with your build standards – see more at File Integrity Monitoring
  • Planned vs unplanned changes detected, showing who made the change – see more at Change and Configuration Management

Using NNT solutions in conjunction with other basic components such as AV and firewalling can get you more than 30% compliant with PCI DSS requirements.

We can guarantee to make your QSA happy and get you compliant – and keep you compliant – in no time at all.

SC Magazine 5 Stars NO WONDER SECURE COMPUTING MAGAZINE RECENTLY AWARDED NNT CHANGE TRACKER THEIR HIGHEST AWARD OF 5 STARS FOR ‘FEATURES, EASE OF USE, PERFORMANCE AND VALUE FOR THE MONEY’.

“The PCI DSS is a multifaceted security standard that includes requirements for security management, policies, procedures, network architecture, software design and other critical protective measures. This comprehensive standard is intended to help organizations proactively protect customer account data”
source https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/security_standards/documents.php