A top five, global, Internet retailer faced several challenges as it sought to comply with PCI DSS requirements, enhance its data security beyond the level typically achieved by complying with those requirements, and create a next generation, flexible and scalable security platform to support company growth. The retailer also needed to ensure the business continuity of its existing systems to maintain uninterrupted sales and cash flow.
Practices for IT development and quality assurance have foundations that extend much further back than the original invention of information technology.
The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) 2.01 dictates that organizations processing and storing credit card data just comply with a set of well-defined audit requirements in twelve areas of cardholder data management and privacy. Compliance with PCI DSS 2.0 can be expensive, challenging, time-consuming, and disruptive, as cardholder data is often stored, transmitted, and used in many different applications within an organization, sometimes even beyond the organization's IT firewalls.
Engaging customers online is a necessity for every business today. Brick and mortar traditional retail shopping experiences compete aggressively with online buying experiences, with local customers often choosing to buy online even if the store is right down the street. Key banking and bill processing transactions are only a mobile app away, making both e-commerce transactions and the the number of end points touching cardholder data prolific. Established companies have to become online and mobile before the younger, nimbler competition absconds with the mobile market share. Nascent startups have to provide mature transaction security to protect their reputation with customers, and access to credit lines.
Voltage Secure Stateless Tokenization represents a paradigm shift in tokenization. It provides service at a higher performance and with greater security than conventional, database-centric solutions. It is Coalfire's opinion that Voltage Secure Stateless Tokenization, when properly implemented, would effectively promote PCI compliance goals and reduce PCI audit scope for merchants and processors alike.
As a member of the VMware Partner Network, Catbird published this addendum to the VMware Solution Guide for PCI DSS. Forsythe, a QSA, has confirmed that Catbird control elements are in line with PCI Guidance. Catbird vSecurity enables continuous policy monitoring and automated enforcement for the PCI DSS framework.
Presenting the Voltage Secure Commerce solution. It's been described by customers as innovative, revolutionary and game-changing. However, to us, the Voltage Secure Commerce solution is simply a smarter, more effective and more affordable way to protect credit card data, PII, and private data.
Achieve Rapid Compliance, Reduce PCI DSS Audit Scope and Cost, Neutralize Breaches End-to-end. The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) guidelines indicate that organizations processing and storing credit card data must comply with a set of well-defined audit requirements in twelve areas of cardholder data management and privacy.
Co-sponsored by Catbird and VigiTrust, this paper addresses overcoming the challenges of scoping for Cardholder Data, including scope management, assessment preparation, continuous compliance considerations, operation impacts and do's and don'ts of virtualization security.
Organizations that process credit card information are confronted with the issue of PCI DSS "scope," which refers to all components of a computing network that directly or indirectly handle card data.
Enterprises, merchants and payment processors face severe, ongoing challenges securing their networks and high value sensitive data such as payment cardholder data, to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and data privacy laws. Voltage SST Technology Delivers Advanced Protection for Sensitive Corporate Data.
The global financial services company has a major credit card processing business. Like other credit card companies, it is imperative that they comply fully with the PCI DSS standards and procedures. Before Voltage Security, they were engaged in a security and compliance program costing tens of millions of dollars.
Historically, one of the biggest problems with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance initiatives has been conducting it as a one-off security effort, treating the standard as a unique and independent set of requirements instead of integrating the requirements into a holistic GRC program.