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About PCI

PCI (payment card industry) compliance standards are created by the PCI Standards Council and enforced by credit card companies. These standards ensure that payment information is safe, secure, and devalued, which ensures that your data is useless if cybercriminals do steal your data. There are twelve major steps in order to become PCI-compliant:

  • Utilize firewalls
  • Implement password protection methods, such as multi-factor authentication
  • Protect cardholder data
  • Encrypt transmitted and stored data
  • Use antivirus software
  • Regularly update systems and applications
  • Restrict access to data
  • Use unique identification and authenication for users with access to data
  • Limit access to physical data storage
  • Track and monitor access logs to data
  • Perform security tests
  • Create and maintain a security policy

Our Strategy

We aim to leverage our processes and technology to relieve regulated clients and those with sensitive data from the burdens of maintaining cybersecurity and information controls. In order to do this, we will elevate organizational security awareness and requirements recognition to the highest levels of management and ownership. Furthermore, Egis will help maintain a culture that is disruptive to threat actors and anyone that would harm our clients and their critical industry sectors. In order to achieve this goal, and help one become compliant with PCI, we can:

  • Improve upon current IT policies and procedures
  • Meet with your auditors
  • Perform vulnerability assessments
  • Continuously monitor your websites, networks, and servers
  • Recommend, sell, and deploy a variety of products as needed
  • Perform security awareness training
  • Consultations