McLean, VA (PRWEB) September 21, 2011
ControlCase will showcase its CDD Enterprise version that rapidly scans the entire client network to identify unprotected credit and debit card data residing in file systems and enterprise databases. With the Enterprise version, all of the scanning is done from one place, so there is no need to duplicate the process for each individual PC/laptop or install “agents” on each machine.
“These meetings give us an opportunity to discuss our latest offerings with the PCI community,” said Ashwani Kaul, President, ControlCase Technologies. “Through these conversations, we are able to make more people aware of our compelling software solutions and gather feedback on the challenges faced by customers and QSAs in identifying credit card data in their IT environment. Once we have processed these perspectives, we can then deliver an improved service which meets the exact requirements of our customers and QSAs. Our attendance at both events, demonstrates our commitment to raising PCI compliance adoption on a global scale.”
CDD has been developed to find credit card data in common file types such as Word, Excel and PDF, and in most commercial and open source databases such as Oracle, SQL Server, Sybase and MySQL. Specifically, the software will search the network and find unique PANs (primary account numbers), TRACK1 and TRACK2 (magnetic strip data on payment cards which enables cybercriminals to clone cards), CVV (card verification value) and PINs (personal identification numbers).
Key features of the enterprise version include:
1. CDD searches the entire hard disk for credit and debit card data;
2. Finds credit card data in network shares;
3. Searches the entire network and active directory domain all from one location without the use of agents;
4. Finds credit card data in most popular commercial and open source databases; and
5. Extremely fast and uses very few network or CPU resources.
Data discovery scanning can be performed as a one-time project or can be scheduled to occur on a regular basis. The service can be run remotely or locally and its scalability makes it easy for both small and large businesses to identify and monitor for rogue data.
The free version of the software that scans local hard drives can be downloaded from http://cdd.controlcase.com.
ControlCase is a global provider of software, professional services, managed services and SaaS solutions. Its offerings enable organizations to effectively manage their IT Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (IT GRC) efforts. Headquartered in the United States, with offices in Europe, India and the Middle East, ControlCase provides compliance related software and services for companies and government agencies that require a consistent and repeatable means of complying with multiple regulations.
For more information, go to http://www.controlcase.com.