Privacy & Cards Discovery Assessment

Card Discovery Overview

Most organizations understand where sensitive data should reside within their environment, but due to the interrelationships of business processes and dynamic data usage to support management information, operations, engineering and marketing, data tends to ‘leak’ and reside in systems, applications, databases and file shares that do not adequately protect that information from unauthorized access, modification and destruction.
Locating and protecting specific types of confidential information is a core component of a proactive security and data management process and is a key requirement within most industry related standards and regulations, such as PCI and HIPAA.
 

Key Benefits

  • 1

    Data Discovery Service reduces the level of effort for supporting a comprehensive data management and protection program.
  • 2

    Organizations will be able to objectively assess the effectiveness of internal data management processes within operations, engineering and marketing departments in an on-going basis.
  • 3

    Data Discovery Service supports the ability to fine tune its data retention and disposal practices.
  • 4

    Designed to help organization to comply with industry-driven regulatory requirements and standards such as PCI DSS, ISO 27002 and HIPAA.
 

Card Discovery Service by ScanWave

ScanWave uses advanced searching criteria for Unix, Linux and Windows contents to find a wide variety of sensitive data at rest on end users' computers and server components as well.
Finding and identifying where your sensitive data is within an organization allows better prioritization of security issues and can find systems (and users) that are not authorized to possess that data.
ScanWave meets payments brands required to look for CHD and SAD by searching for the below:
  • Credit/Debit card numbers (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and a generic check).
  • PII such as Social Security Numbers (including US and international), EDI health claim
    numbers, driver’s license numbers, and Employee Identification Number (EIN).
  • Company confidential information (Payroll, NDA, source code, wire transfer information, generic confidential information, and financial statements).
  • Adult content.

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