Whitepaper - How to attain PCI compliance

Wednesday, 12 November 2008, 6:12 AM EST

Learn how eEye Digital Security can help you audit for and comply with the PCI Standard Security Standard.

IT security is on everyone's mind nowadays. In addition to such worries the finance and banking industry has to comply also with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards.

Identity theft has become a major concern. The increase in stolen data has led to the hassle of consumers not only monitoring their credit card bills, but their entire credit history. PCI was created to avoid potentially catastrophic security incidents and create a baseline of accountability for those organizations involved in transacting business using their credit cards.

eEye understands how this standard applies to all members, merchants and service providers who store, process or transmit credit card data. In addition eEye understands how the standard applies to all system components defined by as "any network component server, or application included in, or connected to, the cardholder data environment."

Allow eEye to offer you some materials to help you face your challenges. eEye has helped many small and large organizations such as Prudential with their IT security challenges. This white paper outlines how you can:

* Build and Maintain a Secure Network
* Protect Cardholder Data
* Maintain a Vulnerability Management Program
* Implement Strong Access Control Measures
* Regulatory Monitor and Test Networks
* Maintain an Information Security Policy

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