LogRhythm launches automation suite for PCI
Posted on 05 December 2012.
LogRhythm announced its Automation Suite for PCI. The suite helps organizations maintain continuous compliance and lower the costs of meeting PCI regulatory compliance requirements.

The new compliance suite delivers cost savings, efficiency and assurance for organizations struggling to maintain PCI compliance. In this latest release, LogRhythm has doubled the number of controls that it supports or augments to 80 and added exception-based alerting and reporting.

The Automation Suite for PCI offers a comprehensive package of proactive alarms, automated behavioral profiling, extensive reporting options mapped to individual requirements and SmartResponse plug-ins for easy enforcement.

Powered by LogRhythm Labs security and compliance experts and Advanced Intelligence Engine (AIE) rules, the suite provides streamlined management capabilities and more intuitive and automated tools for supporting a continuous compliance program.

“Achieving PCI compliance is a huge challenge for retailers and other organizations industry-wide. The PCI compliance solutions that have historically been available to organizations lack the tools that organizations really need to meet compliance requirements,” said Dave Pack, director of LogRhythm Labs. “LogRhythm’s Automation Suite is an industry game changer. Its behavioral profiling and reporting capabilities give organizations peace of mind that they are always in compliance.”

Unlike first generation SIEMs that provide voluminous, unreadable or overwhelming compliance reports, LogRhythm’s Automation Suite for PCI provides ongoing visibility to compliance exceptions. It reduces the amount of time spent in audit preparation and facilitates ongoing compliance assurance. It makes it easy for organizations to move beyond passive compliance reporting, lower overhead costs and meet a greater number of PCI requirements all at the same time.





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