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Overview

Protecting cardholder data though PCI DSS logging and proactive threat detection

Among the many requirements of the PCI DSS is the need for organisations to track and monitor access to network resources and cardholder data. Log management and monitoring forms a key part of PCI DSS, helping to identify anomalous activity inside a network.

Deploying, configuring, maintaining and overseeing the latest security technologies needed to perform vital monitoring functions such as asset discovery and intrusion detection can be heavily time and resource-intensive. Among the high volume of alerts generated by many security systems, it’s easy to miss something important.

ThreatDetect MDR

Benefits

The benefits of Managed Detection and Response

ThreatDetect™, Redscan’s award-winning Managed Detection and Response service, provides the experienced security experts, cutting-edge technology and up-to-the-minute industry intelligence needed to hunt for and eliminate cyber-attacks, 24/7.

Through continuous network and endpoint monitoring, thorough threat investigation and the provision of swift remediation support, ThreatDetect helps organisations to comply with the latest PCI DSS log monitoring requirements.

Features

How ThreatDetect supports PCI DSS log management needs

Aggregation, analysis, correlation and archiving of log data sources and events
Resource tracking and monitoring
Continuous user authentication monitoring
Regular internal vulnerability scanning
Intrusion detection
PCI DSS compliance reporting

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