Payment card fraud is big business for organized groups of hackers around the world, and the costs of data breaches continue to rise for consumers, banks, and businesses. That's why organizations of any size that process, store, or transmit payment card data are required to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), which aim to prevent such sensitive information from falling into the wrong hands. Failing to achieve PCI Compliance is not only damaging from a compliance perspective, but can also be damning from a brand and customer base perspective.
For organizations striving to achieve or maintain PCI compliance, meeting each of the individual requirements can be difficult and overwhelming. Among the more challenging PCI requirements for many organizations is Requirement 10. This requirement mandates that organizations centralize, review and retain their network and application log files and then protect those logs so they cannot be deleted or modified.
Complying with Requirement 10 can be quite a burden for many IT organizations because of the volume, variety and velocity of data that are part of the modern IT infrastructure that powers many digital initiatives. Organizations looking to meet PCI compliance requirements must find a solution that can easily aggregate their data in a secure manner and provide the ability for users to easily pull insights and metrics from this body of data.
View this webcast for more information on PCI compliance, Requirement 10, and solutions to help your organization safeguard payment card data and maintain compliance.
Sean Michael Kerner, Senior Editor at QuinStreet Enterprise
Mark Bloom, Director Product Marketing, Compliance and Security at Sumo Logic