8 Guidelines for PCI DSS Compliance for Mainframes

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) has issued "anti-virus protection requirements for all systems." Though mainframes are not known to be susceptible to viruses, the Standard still requres you to "be aware of new malware that might affect (your) systems." File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) can be considered a compensating control for this requirement (#5) and we have outlined 8 guidelines that will help ensure the security of your mainframe data.

Why is this important?

The penalties for failure to meet PCI DSS compliance can be up to $100,000 per month for banks, which will undoubtedly pass these fines on to merchants who are at the root of the violation. This whitepaper provides detailed gudelines for the controls you need to watch to maintain your PCI DSS compliance and avoid these penalties.

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8 MF Guidelines for PCI DSS