Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)
PCI DSS requirements include security management, policies, network architecture, software design, and other critical measures to protect payment card data. Companies that comply with PCI DSS need to design a secure payments environment for both the transaction handler and the consumer.
Solutions That Enhance Payment Data Security
Secure Networks Mean Secure Transactions
A fully secure network with data encryption, firewall security, and web application filtering is critical to fulfilling PCI DSS requirements that address cardholder data security and malware prevention.
MFA to Protect the Payment Experience
PCI DSS mandates that multi-factor authentication (MFA) is used for admin access to the cardholder data environment (CDE), as well as during remote access. Enabling MFA provides a strong layer of access control, which helps protect identities and access to systems that process sensitive data.
Build a Trusted Wireless Network
When processing payments in public networks, secure Wi-Fi is essential to addressing security risks that could lead to compromised data and PCI DSS penalties. Protect credit card data in transit with an encrypted Wi-Fi environment that uses advanced Wi-Fi protected access (WPA) to help ensure your customers’ data is safe.
Protect Cardholder Data with Threat Management
Cardholder data vulnerability is a persistent risk that can be addressed with consistent threat monitoring and patch management best practices. Endpoint security solutions have the services to protect payment devices and sensitive data.