Lancope joins PCI security standards council

Source: Lancope

Lancope, the provider of the StealthWatch System, the most widely used Network Behavior Analysis (NBA) and response solution, today announced that it has joined the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council, an open global forum for the ongoing development, enhancement, storage, dissemination and implementation of security standards for account data protection.

As a Participating Organization, Lancope plays a direct role in the ongoing development and improvement of PCI standards that affect millions of merchants, banks and other processors of cardholder information worldwide.

StealthWatch delivers the visibility, accountability and measurability into both individual host and broad network communications required for demonstrating network-wide compliance with PCI requirements 1, 2, 8, 10, 11 and 12. Unifying continuous network monitoring with flow-based anomaly detection, StealthWatch provides end-to-end network visibility across the enterprise to ensure network availability and internal security. Read the StealthWatch PCI Compliance brief to learn:
  • Specific challenges facing organizations struggling to attain PCI compliance
  • Why lack of visibility is a key obstacle to achieve PCI compliance
  • How StealthWatch helps demonstrate PCI compliance

"We are honored to be a Participating Organization in the PCI Security Standards Council and will fulfill our obligation to enhance security best practices for protecting cardholder data," said Harland LaVigne, president and CEO of Lancope. "Our StealthWatch network behavior analysis technology is ideally suited to address PCI requirements through continuous monitoring, comprehensive network visibility and policy management. We look forward to sharing our expertise in support of the Council's mission."

Protecting over 30 million hosts worldwide and deployed at hundreds of enterprise organizations worldwide, StealthWatch is used by many of Lancope's extensive customer base to demonstrate PCI compliance.

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