Whether you’re an enterprise organization with a global presence or a small merchant running a simple website, your PCI DSS compliance depends on knowing where your payment card data is.
Periodic scanning helps streamline scope validation and supports compliance across four of the 12 PCI DSS v4.0 requirements.
Data Discovery With Remediation-in-Place
Ground Labs Enterprise Recon PCI is trusted by organizations for its comprehensive card data discovery and remediation-in-place capabilities across the broadest set of platforms, including support for cloud and email scanning.
Card Recon Desktop and Server editions offer industry-leading card data discovery designed for small- and medium-sized businesses.
Watch the video to see how Ground Labs data discovery software can help you comply with PCI DSS.
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Ground Labs’ PCI DSS Compliance Software Enables Comprehensive Data Discovery
Out-of-the-box cardholder discovery made for PCI DSS
Trusted by PCI Qualified Security Assessors in 50+ countries
Unobtrusive scanning with no impact to business operations
Low resource requirements that allow mission critical system use
Search within structured and unstructured data sources including servers, desktops, email and databases, on premises and in the cloud
Comprehensive discovery within all typical file types including compressed files, audio and image files
PCI DSS-ready reports designed for compliance
Remediation-in-place capabilities enable rapid response to non-compliant findings
Organizations Achieve PCI DSS Compliance
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