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Closing the Security Control Gap to Achieve Continuous PCI DSS Compliance

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According to Verizon’s 2017 Payment Security report nearly half of companies fall out of PCI DSS compliance within nine months of initial validation. The ability to consistently monitor security control effectiveness, identify gaps, and quickly modify or add controls based on changing business requirements or external threats continue to challenge the payment industry in maintaining a continuous compliant state.

Join Coalfire’s Nick Trenc, PCI DSS QSA and Carbon Black’s Christopher Strand, Global Security, Risk and Compliance Officer as they discuss a best practice approach to:

  • Confirm that critical security controls are in place and operating effectively
  • Make improvements that will help mitigate current points of attack
  • Ensure processes are followed throughout the year and not just during the annual validation

It’s not just the controls in the PCI DSS themselves, but the approach taken to implement and manage them that determines their effectiveness. Examples of how Carbon Black has been helping organizations under the scope of PCI prove these measures and remain in continuous compliance will be illustrated. Highlights include:

  • Where to deploy and measure key critical security controls and processes to ensure continuous compliance and to achieve a strong, positive security posture
  • How Cb File Integrity Control can reduce noise within your environment and narrow the scope of compliance efforts
  • Why making a paradigm shift from patch mitigation to threat mitigation will ensure your PCI security posture has no weak spots
  • How malware and ransomware breaches, such as those recently making headline news, could have been prevented with the Cb Security Platform

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