Our managed service takes away the hassle of quarterly and ad hoc PCI Scanning providing you with 'Ready to Submit' PCI Compliance reports leaving you free to manage your other projects. If you prefer to manage the process yourself we can provide direct access.
Your detailed reports identify security holes exposed by HackerGuardian's 30,000+ tests and contain actionable fix recommendations so you can ensure you are compliant.
PCI DSS Compliance
PCI DSS Compliance can seem confusing. We can help you identify what level merchant you are now and when you are likely to move levels based on your projected business. We can also ensure you are completing the correct SAQ.
There can also be confusion between what constitutes a PCI ASV Scan as detailed in requirement 11.2 and penetration testing detailed in requirements 6.6 and 11.3. Working together we will ensure you are doing what you need to to be compliant and that you are not under or over investing in scanning and or penetration testing.
We provide our Clients with PCI ASV Scanning via our ASV partner HackerGuardian. HackerGuardian PCI Compliance Scanning enables our Clients to validate PCI Compliance quarterly on up to 5 IP’s using the full complement of HackerGuardian plug-ins (over 30,000 individual vulnerability tests with more added daily).
The HackerGuardian Additional IP Address Pack allows HackerGuardian to grow with your external and internal PCI scanning needs.
We offer a Managed Service so you don’t have to worry about conducting your own ASV External Scans. With the Managed Service we schedule and carry out your Quarterly Scans. You can call off up to another 9 Scans per quarter if required. This is useful if you make changes to your systems which cause the need for an Ad Hoc PCIU ASV Scan.
To discuss how we can help you with your PCI DSS requirements call us on 01422 416000, email or request a call back.
ASV Vulnerability Scanning
PCI Compliance can seem complicated.
Whatever your PCI status we can ensure you get the correct advice
coupled with ASV scanning and penetration testing