Advanced cyberthreats and the rising number of credit card breaches have made PCI DSS compliance more important than ever before. Meeting the twelve requirements of PCI DSS involves filling the gaps in your existing security strategy by implementing security policies and deploying security solutions.
Requirement 10 of PCI DSS deals with tracking accesses to network resources, and 11.5 expects users to have a change detection mechanism in place, such as a file integrity monitoring (FIM) tool, to detect unauthorized modifications to critical files. A security information and event management (SIEM) solution can help meet these objectives, making SIEM a crucial component of any organization's PCI DSS compliance program. Attend our free webinar to learn more about requirements 10 and 11.5, and how a SIEM solution such as ManageEngine Log360 can help you meet these requirements.
- Understanding requirements 10 and 11.5 of PCI DSS
- The importance of monitoring network logs
- The log management process: collecting, reviewing, reporting, alerting, and secure archiving
- ManageEngine Log360 features that help with PCI DSS compliance