PCI ComplianceScanning Services

Elevate Your Security with Seamless PCI Compliance Scanning. Safeguard cardholder data and ensure compliance with the PCI Security Standards Council. Our advanced scanning solutions meet the rigorous requirements of the Data Security Standard (DSS) and provide the ongoing assurance your company needs to thrive in the world of electronic payments.

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Reassure your Customers and Clients

The PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) has been developed to mitigate risks involved through online purchases and transactions. Even if your organization is processing a few payments per year, a business that transmits, stores, handles, or accepts credit card data — regardless of size or processing volume — must comply with the PCI DSS Standards. When customers see that you’re an authorized vendor, it can help drive customer confidence and improve customer conversions.

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How PCI Scanning Works

Our ASV PCI Scanning executes a thorough, well-thought-out project that consists of several phases

PCI Compliance Scans

About PCI Compliance Scans

Rhymetec will perform managed vulnerability scans to assist in identifying issues and maintaining PCI Compliance as documented in PCI DSS Requirement 11.2.2. These scans must be performed at least every three months by an external scanning company certified as an Approved Scan Vendor (ASV) by the PCI council. An internal employee of your organization cannot perform ASV scans.


Requirements - PCI Compliance Scanning


All external IP addresses within your PCI DSS scope must be included in these scan reports. The purpose of this requirement is to identify all vulnerabilities in your systems that may be present and exploited by an attacker over the Internet.

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What systems are in scope for ASV Scanning?

The PCI DSS requires vulnerability scanning of all externally accessible (internet-facing) system components owned or utilized by the scan customer that are part of the cardholder data environment, as well as any externally facing system component that provides a path to the cardholder data environment.

How frequently are ASV scans required?

ASV Vulnerability scans are required at least quarterly and after any significant change in the network, such as new system component installations, changes in network topology, firewall-rule modifications, or product upgrades.

Would an identified Denial of Service (DoS) vulnerability affect my PCI Compliance Scan?
The PCI Security Standards Council has highly advised approved scanning vendors (ASV) to not consider this vulnerability when determining compliance of the ASV scan results, while some may report DoS vulnerabilities as relatively high risks. Loss of network availability from an attack such as DoS would not expose cardholder data to the risk of being compromised, so the vulnerability would not be relevant to a company’s compliance with the PCI DSS.
Do PCI Compliance Scans ensure PCI DSS compliance?

No. Per PCI DSS regulations, a business that collects and processes payment card information requires regular internal and external vulnerability scans as part of the compliance requirements. In addition to this, compliance with PCI DSS also depends on several other factors.


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