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Case Study:

The Logic Group

As the cost and burden of PCI DSS compliance continues to rise, growing numbers of organizations are looking to outsource the management of their cardholder data. For The Logic Group, this trend towards managed payment services is generating…

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Girl Scouts of Northern California

The Girl Scouts of Northern California's goal was continuous compliance with the PCI Data Security Standard, and to be prepared for upcoming changes to the standard. The organization chose the integrated suite of Tripwire® Enterprise…

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Book Excerpt: Hacking Point of Sale

Retail breaches are the highest profile security stories because they affect hundreds of millions of customers around the world. However, retail security challenges go far beyond preventing credit card theft. The complexities of point-of-sale (POS) systems create broad attack surfaces with many moving parts, leaving openings for a wide range of breaches and access to all kinds of information.

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PCI Compliance: What Problem Are We Trying To Solve?

It's a fact - compliance with PCI standards drives extra work into your organisation, from monitoring and logging activity to providing custom reports for auditors. Doing the extra work just to tick the box doesn’t make sense. You need to look deeper to understand the real problems that PCI compliance intends to solve. Join Mario Sist, QSA from Underwriter Laboratories, and David Bell, Systems Engineer from Tripwire, to learn what PCI compliance is really intended to help with.

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Automated, Continuous PCI 3.2 Compliance for Secure Cardholder Data

Tripwire solutions help you meet the file integrity monitoring, logging and vulnerability assessment requirements of PCI 3.2, then extend even further by continuously analyzing changes to verify if they are authorized and compliant.

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Tripwire PCI 3.2 Report Catalog

As businesses are well aware, any organization that conducts transactions with credit or debit cards must comply with the latest Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS 3.2).

Case Study:

Bank Aljazira

This leading Shari'ah-compliant financial institution found that becoming PCI-compliant to be not only a necessity, but a competitive advantage. Tripwire Enterprise, recommended by IBM and implemented by a local partner, fit their needs for…

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eWay

Companies began adopting the PCI DSS for protection of online transactional data years ago, and it is now becoming a compliance standard throughout the world—with good reason. Cyberattacks threaten the security of consumer data everywhere and…

White Paper:

PCI DSS 3.2 Compliance with Tripwire: A UL White Paper

This whitepaper is a useful guide for security personnel who want to learn how Tripwire® Enterprise, Tripwire Log Center® and Tripwire IP360™ could assist in meeting PCI DSS 3.1 requirements.

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Large Restaurant Franchisee

This US-based restaurant franchisee owns several hundred locations spanning multiple states. The highly successful franchise owner views information security as a means of delivering on its promise to better serve and protect its customers.

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Tripwire Customer Success Stories: PCI

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a security best practice created to prevent credit card fraud through increased protection of sensitive data.

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AAA: Getting Roadside Assistance from Tripwire

Watch how Tripwire and AAA have crafted a journey together for enhanced security of its data,  with easy-to-configure dashboards. AAA now has the peace of mind that lets them focus on what they do best: helping the travels of its customers.