PCI Compliance with CREDANT
Meet Endpoint Security Requirements & Ensure PCI Compliance
The increasing use of credit and debit cards, along with the rise of online retail shopping, has prompted a growing number of attacks on cardholder data, including external hacking, theft of storage media, and illegal activities by company employees. The growing number of remote users has further compounded the risk of these data security breaches, especially when those users are accessing data with portable devices such as laptops, handhelds, smartphones, USB drives, and other removable media.
To address these data security issues, leading credit card companies including American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB, MasterCard Worldwide and Visa International developed the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS).
The standard is based on 12 data-centric requirements that combine the use of data encryption and end-user access control with activity monitoring and logging. PCI DSS applies to credit card payment processors, card issuers, businesses that accept cards for payment or organizations that process card transactions.
PCI Compliance Ready Solutions with CREDANT
CREDANT Mobile Guardian supports three important PCI information control objectives: to build and maintain a secure network, to protect cardholder data, and to implement strong access control measures.
In addition, CREDANT is unique in its ability to:
- Encrypt and secure cardholder data across multiple, diverse platforms from a single console
- Create automatic audit trails that offer proof of end-to-end data security
- Provide a transparent end-user interface that supports user productivity while keeping data safe
Comprehensive Mobile Device Security
CREDANT’s Intelligent Encryption provides centrally-managed, highly scalable and architecturally flexible security to manage all data endpoints. With CREDANT, organizations can:
- Protect cardholder data from leaving the organization unprotected on USB flash drives or other forms of removable media
- Provide confidentiality, privacy and auditing of data residing on any endpoint
- Protect sensitive data from unwarranted access, thus reducing risk of internal breaches