sponsored by Red Hat and JBoss
Posted:  20 Aug 2009
Published:  19 Aug 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  13  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) provides best practice security standards to protect systems and parties handling credit and debit card data. PCI DSS requirements not only focus on controls targeted at networks, systems and applications, but address issues of policy, process and operations.

While enterprises are often able to achieve compliance during an audit, they often have difficulty maintaining compliance on an ongoing basis. A technology platform that enables IT organizations to deploy and configure new systems reliably, manage systems and users efficiently, enforce policy, and meet audit and logging requirements will provide continuous return and numerous ongoing benefits. Red Hat Enterprise Linux and additional Red Hat solutions provide enterprises with the necessary platforms, mechanisms, and applications to manage environments in accordance with PCI DSS compliance requirements.

Learn how Red Hat Enterprise Linux's built-in features and functions allow a merchant or vendor to develop a robust implementation for managing all aspects of security necessary to achieve and maintain compliance on an ongoing basis.

Application Deployment | Configuration Management | Data Management | Data Security | Linux | Managed Security Services | Open Source | Open Source Software | Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Compliance | Regulatory Compliance | Security Management

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