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Maintain Compliance with TraceSecurity PCI Penetration Testing

Thu, Jun 25, 2015

Columbia, Maryland

We are pleased to announce the availability of PCI Penetration Testing services that allow you to uncover important security gaps related to payment card information and maintain PCI compliance. 
Payment Security and Compliance
Based on media reports today, it would be easy to conclude that only retailers, restaurants and banks are affected by payment card data breaches, but this is far from the truth. In reality, any organization that stores, processes, transmits or otherwise touches card data is potentially a prime target for a cyber-attack.

In an effort to improve payment account security throughout the transaction process, PCI DSS was created. PCI DSS is a set of requirements designed to ensure all organizations that process, store or transmit payment cardholder data maintain a secure environment. According to PCI DSS Requirements 11.3.1 and 11.3.2, organizations that accept payment cards must conduct at least one PCI-focused penetration test annually or following a significant change.

Many organizations continue to treat PCI compliance as a one-off exercise, which leaves them more vulnerable to unauthorized disclosure, misuse, alteration or destruction of confidential information. Incorporating PCI Penetration Testing into a larger information security strategy will allow you to enhance your security posture, reduce risk and facilitate compliance.

Gain Access to a World-Class PCI Penetration Testing Service
With TraceSecurity's PCI Penetration Testing service, you can test the security of both internal and external systems, devices, applications and services that are involved in the processing or protection of cardholder data. TraceSecurity's PCI Penetration Testing service is conducted by information security experts and follows standard methodologies designed to meet new PCI DSS requirements that go into effect July 1, 2015.


CLICK HERE to learn more and to register for the webinar. 

Webinar Alert: Please join us for a webinar on June 30, 2015 where we will review the new PCI DSS requirements, explore some of today's most publicized card data breaches, and discuss how you can effectively evaluate and test the security of both internal and external systems to ensure you remain PCI compliant.