The retail industry is moving at pace with new and emerging
technologies revolutionizing the retail experience. Retailers are
embracing social media, online shopping and digital payment
technologies whilst focused on improving user experience.
This undoubtedly presents huge opportunities to retail organizations, however, it also increases vulnerability to cybersecurity attacks. Over 11 billion consumer records* have been compromised in the last decade, with payment card information often the target of malicious attacks. This has resulted in a rise in enforcement notices, Financial penalties and even prosecutions of retailers that have failed to keep consumer data safe.
However, the risk of reputational and financial damage associated with a payment card data breach is significantly reduced by compliance with PCI DSS, (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards). Established in 2006 by a council made up of major card brands, the PCI DSS is a set of industry standards designed to ensure all organizations that handle credit card information do so securely.
For retailers to become PCI compliant, the process involves a review of
internal processes to achieve compliance around six core principles.
The standards have been designed to accommodate retailers of all sizes
with four bands of compliance based on value of card transactions
processed each year.
To automate the process of PCI compliance, many retailers use our software, helping to save auditors up to three hours per device. Easy to follow reports explain where and why your current systems pass and fail and what you need to do to achieve PCI compliance quickly and easily.
"Save up to 3 hours per audit, per device with Titania."
Titania is proven to protect critical infrastructure
Minimize cyber risk across your business’ mission critical networks
Detecting and preventing the exploitation of vulnerable misconfigurations is a top priority for Network and Security Operations teams. This is why retail organizations around the world are choosing Titania to gain visibility of their security posture and compliance status across their expanding attack surface.
- Accurately detect vulnerabilities
- Prioritize risks
- Identify regulatory/compliance gaps
- Monitor and maintain a clean and optimized network
- Increase the frequency of network audits