The PCI DSS security 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 are very often poorly understood.
This guide simplifies the scope of the balance of PCI DSS measures to just four technology areas
- File Integrity monitoring
- Event Log centralization
- Security Vulnerability scanning for device hardening
- Change Management process
Understanding and implementing measures to address these four areas will make any QSA happy and get you compliant – and keep you compliant – in no time at all.
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PCI DSS 101 - the background you need to understand the PCI DSS
Any organization storing, processing or transmitting Primary Account Numbers (PAN) must comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard or PCI DSS.
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The new and updated version of the PCI Data Security Standard is as much about refining and improving the protection afforded by the DSS as re-launching the standard and attempting to galvanize renewed focus onto PCI compliance.
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