Mind The Gap: Making PCI Compliance Reality Through Predictive Network Modeling and Visualization
Date: Tuesday, Aug. 14
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET/ 11:00 a.m. PT
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Join Davi Ottenheimer, president of risk mitigation firm flyingpenguin and an assessor with technology consulting firm K3DES, and Andrew Maguire of security management firm RedSeal Networks on Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. EST for a webcast that details how merchants and service providers can more cost effectively achieve PCI compliance with their networks.
Attackers increasingly capitalize on the complexity of network access to compromise critical data assets and prey on the fact that corporate network devices are growing exponentially. Network complexity and the number of devices do not have to provide such an attractive attack surface. They also do not have to elongate and increase the costs of a PCI DSS audit.
This one-hour webcast will explain how to avoid inconsistent analysis and incorrect assumptions about “who” has access to “what” on the network. New forms of continuous network validation of end-to-end access rules and paths – rather than device-by-device rule verification can significantly reduce and even eliminate unaccounted pathways while reducing compliance audit costs.
K3DES's Davi Ottenheimer will present the assessor perspective on how to validate controls and how best to streamline assessment preparations and documentation, and answer: What will they want to see? What will they look for? Then, Andrew Maguire from RedSeal Networks will highlight how a continuous monitoring approach can quickly and more cost effectively meet PCI requirements.
Areas covered include;
- Predictive network threat modeling
- Threat mitigation
- Continuous monitoring
Davi Ottenheimer, president, flyingpenguin
Andrew Maguire, RedSeal Networks