The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (SSC) oversees and administers security standards for anyone handling or transmitting cardholder data.
The volume of credit, debit, or prepaid card data your organization processes, and whether you employ the use of third-party vendors or systems to assist in these processes, determine exactly what is required to achieve PCI compliance and the scope of a PCI DSS audit.
Steps To Gain & Maintain PCI DSS Compliance
PCI DSS mandates a dozen security controls. There are three main areas organizations need to focus on to cover these controls and prove compliance:
How Uptycs Helps You Meet PCI DSS Requirements
While PCI compliance is mandatory for all organizations handling cardholder data, getting your own organization in compliance can seem overwhelming. To make it more complicated, any tools you employ to help you gain and maintain compliance, like security systems or services, will also need to be PCI compliant themselves.
Uptycs provides a number of services that can help your organization meet compliance requirements, while also extending the value far beyond your auditing and compliance objectives.
Visibility & Validation
Uptycs makes demonstrating compliance easy and provides thorough asset visibility.
Zero-in on any given asset’s security posture, provenance, and prevalence
Gain live and historical access to processes, files, certificates, and other attributes
Benefit from comprehensive live audit support
Measurable Compliance Posture
Get detailed compliance posture information to make identifying non-compliant assets faster and simpler.
View customizable dashboard visualizations of compliance posture
Identify where you need to target your remediation efforts
Drill down into non-compliant assets to get associated evidence and remediation guidance
Instantly see the latest failed configuration checks, most non-compliant resources, time to resolve non-compliance, and much more.
Enjoy integrations with Splunk, ServiceNow and other ticketing & SOAR systems