sponsored by Intel
Posted:  04 Apr 2011
Published:  31 Mar 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

One of the primary ways to counter the cost and organizational burden of PCI DSS compliance is to reduce overall scope within the enterprise, and the only way to reduce scope is to eliminate accessibility to sensitive card data in the first place. Introducing an application-level security gateway into the architecture shifts the PCI scope, centralizing and limiting the attention and investment your organization devotes to managing compliance.

Continue reading this white paper to learn how Intel SOA Expressway security gateway-generated tokens can replace card numbers with surrogates, removing systems from scope. As always, please consult your organization’s Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) - or other compliance professional - on your PCI DSS initiatives.

Data Security | Database Security | Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard | Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Compliance | Security Management | Security Standards | Security Tokens

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