In the retail world, the use of payment cards is almost universal. To help businesses comply with Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards, NetSPI offers comprehensive risk assessment and information security consulting services.
NetSPI focuses on mitigating risk to your business and customers, and on helping you create and maintain a compliant, secure environment. We bring to this critical work a combination of technical excellence, proven processes, and personal integrity to ensure project success and value. NetSPI delivers that value through advisory, assessment, and audit services that can reduce risk while helping you meet your compliance requirements.
PCI Consulting and Audit.
As a QSA and PA-QSA, NetSPI offers a comprehensive set of PCI services, including PCI Compliance Assessments, Pre-Audit Assessments, help with the SAQ, and annual on-site validation. We have broad experience with some of the largest national retailers. And for firms that develop and sell applications that touch credit or debit card data, we provide expert PCI PA-DSS services.
Strategic Security Services.
NetSPI offers client-driven Strategic Security Services for situations that do not fit neatly into a predefined service offering. This customized security consulting includes program development, interim CSO/CISO support, and program leadership services.
Network Architecture Review.
NetSPI performs a thorough analysis of your internal and web-facing network and device configurations to identify weaknesses in controls and overall network architecture. This NAR is designed to reduce the scope of your PCI environment, a key objective of our PCI work.
For complex PCI needs, NetSPI provides PCI / compliance program development. Through its advisory practice NetSPI helps clients build internal and external partner / franchise compliance programs that enable our clients to assist business partners and franchises validate their compliance.
In retail, many applications have become more capable and user-friendly. But that trend has also resulted in more vulnerabilities. To minimize those risks, NetSPI can perform multi-layer application code review, database configuration review, and review of both thick clients and web applications.
PCI rules mandate penetration testing, since exploits for compromising Internet hosts are being released in record numbers. In its internal and external penetration testing, NetSPI uses both manual techniques and our own tools to identify vulnerabilities that allow us to bypass authentication / authorization controls, escalate privileges, and gain access to sensitive information.