A Secure Shell Guide for PCI DSS Compliance Version 3.2
Complete Guidance for PCI DSS Audits in Secure Shell EnvironmentsThe compliance landscape is changing and becoming more challenging. Laws
and regulations are updated regularly by standards entities, government and state agencies and they’re not letting up any time soon. Risk and Compliance professionals are faced with answering many questions today:
- What is your state of compliance today?
- What regulations, standards or laws must you adhere to in your day-to-day business operations?
- What rapidly changing technologies do you have to assess to ensure continuous compliance?
- What emerging security threats does your company facing today?
You should consider what controls you have implemented, what frameworks you have adopted, and ask yourself:
“Are we ready for an audit?”
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a proprietary information security standard for any organization that handles branded credit cards (VISA, MC, AMEX, Discover etc.). PCI DSS is an actionable framework for developing a robust payment card data security processes. This document will highlight how various PCI DSS requirements are affected by the Secure Shell protocol and met with SSH.COM software solutions.