Protect Your Payment Card Information & Customer Data

How can you assure yourself and your auditors that confidential PCI data is not making its way out of your structured and controlled database environments and into spreadsheets and documents within inadequately secured file systems? How do find wayward PCI data amongst hundreds of file types and millions of files?

dbDataFinder...

  • saves you time and money in satisfying your PCI regulatory requirements
  • scans databases and filesystems for instances of confidential PCI data
  • employs a combination of complex data signatures, custom search terms, and secure profile data matching to quickly identify instances and leaks of confidential customer or payment card data
  • scans over 200 file and document types as well as leading RDBMS’s such as Oracle and MS SQL to find confidential PCI data
  • produces fast and accurate results - secure Profiling functionality enables you to eliminate false positives by basing scans on your own data

dbDataFinder enables the enforcement of your own data protection policies. Filter sets are used to group individual data elements that, when combined within a file or database, would represent high risk information. A payment card number may not in itself constitute high risk. When accompanied within a file with a PIN, expiration date or additional authorization data, the combination of data elements represents exponentially greater risk. The software's customizable confidence and threshold algorithms and metrics enable you to fine tune and target scan for optimal results.

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