Tackle PCI DSS Compliance with Forescout
Two recent reports highlight the need for PCI compliance and current challenges companies face maintaining it.
Verizon’s 2019 Data Breach Investigation Report indicates that hackers are moving away from card-present attacks and shifting focus to e-commerce payment applications.1 And according to Verizon’s Payment Card Security Report for 2019, global compliance fell 15.8% in 2018 to 36.7%—the lowest compliance level since 2013.2
With PCI fines ranging from $5K – $25K per month, what can your company do to stay complaint? Obtaining and sustaining PCI compliance requires an effective PCI plan as part of an overall risk planning and mitigation strategy that accurately quantifies risk. It also requires diligence in measuring the effectiveness of the PCI controls.
That’s where Forescout’s PCI Mapping Guide comes in. This valuable resource can help you:
- Understand the technical controls within each PCI requirement
- Prepare to build a comprehensive plan to restrict user and device access to cardholder data
- Learn how to implement Forescout policies across the enterprise to protect cardholder systems
1 Verizon’s Data Breach Investigation Report
2 Verizon’s 2019 Payment Security Report