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Free Analyst Report – PCI DSS Compliance Survey Results
Companies Still Struggle to Protect Consumer Data
Free Analyst Report – PCI DSS Compliance Survey Results

Bring About A Broader, More Effective Security Program

Imperva and the Ponemon Institute present the findings of a survey across more than 500 U.S. and multinational IT security practitioners showing that, despite the Payment Card Industry’s (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS), companies still struggle with data security, putting consumers at continued risk for identity theft. In fact, 71% of companies surveyed admit to not making data security a top strategic initiative, and 55% admit to only securing credit card information and not sensitive information such as Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, and bank account details. However, the survey also found that companies taking a strategic approach to PCI compliance have fewer data breaches.

Download the report and you’ll learn to:

  • Use PCI to bring about a broader, more effective security program.
  • Use PCI as a way to get senior management aware of and involved in IT security.
  • Align your organization properly and select the most cost-effective technologies.

quote Nobody is in business to be compliant. But the lesson of the Imperva survey is clear: if you invest in controls to address PCI there is an incredible opportunity to improve overall security. Smart enterprises use PCI to increase budgets and put data security high on the executive priority list. If security teams look at these results closely, companies may see a huge transformation in how they protect consumer data.

- Shlomo Kramer, CEO, Imperva


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