Michigan State Project Overview Executive Summary
Praetorian Secure completed a Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) Study for Michigan State University. The goal of the PCI Study was to develop a more holistic view of risk related to an application that processes credit cards for events at the University.
The outcome needed to define a high level opinion on adherence to PCI requirements. To provide feedback on how the university could improve the compliance status of the system Praetorian Secure prepared a Security Study Summary Report with executive opinions and mitigation recommendations.
Praetorian Secure leveraged its experience and knowledge of IT security and regulatory compliance to enhance the assessment of the system and environment.
The final study report provided the system’s stakeholders with a risk evaluation of the adequacy of the segmentation, management, operational, and technical controls used to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the system and the data it stores, transmits or processes.
The executive summary provided recommendations for improving compliance with PCI DSS v2.0.
- PCI QSA Certification
- Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP)
- Technical Vulnerability Assessment
- Security Process Documentation Review
- Security Rule Evaluation
- Risk Analysis
- Mitigation Consulting