PCI DSS compliance
is a challenge.

Sophos can help you meet that challenge.

If an organization is accepting credit card information, they know the challenges associated with PCI DSS requirements. The information of cardholders must be protected, and it isn’t easy with the ever-changing threat landscape. Fortunately, Sophos is here to help.


There are a lot of moving parts to securing cardholder data. Sophos can help you protect that information at every point in the process with XG Firewall, Endpoint Protection, and Server Protection. Defend against malware – including ransomware – with our groundbreaking, next-gen solution, Intercept X and Intercept X for Server. Keep cardholder information safe on the go with Sophos Mobile and Sophos SafeGuard Encryption. And secure that pivotal data as it is transmitted with XG Firewall and Sophos Email Appliance.


You don’t just have to protect the data – you’ve got to control it. Implement strong access control measures on a need-to-know basis with XG Firewall. Track changes to critical Windows system files, configuration and content files, with no manual rule configuration needed. Identify and authenticate access system components with XG Firewall, Sophos Mobile, and SafeGuard Encryption.


And remember, organizations also need to be able to audit PCI DSS compliance. XG Firewall and Sophos Endpoint Protection provide the tools you need to audit and respond to on-demand requests to show compliance.

Read the Compliance Card for more details on how Sophos solutions help your efforts to stay compliant. Plus, you can get a no-obligation quote.

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PCI DSS: A Refresher

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of security standards to ensure all companies that accept, process, store, or transmit credit card information secure it to protect cardholders against misuse of their personal information.

The fines arising from not being PCI compliant range from $5,000 to $500,000, and are levied by banks and credit card institutions. Even for companies that are PCI compliant, continuous compliance is necessary.

Any data breach of cardholder data can result in:

  • Fines per cardholder data compromised
  • Suspension of credit card acceptance by the merchant’s credit card account provider
  • Possible civil litigation; and
  • Loss of reputation with customers, suppliers, and partners

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