Published By: LogRhythm
Published Date: Sep 26, 2008
This whitepaper highlights some of the key areas in which LogRhythm, the leader in Log and Security Event Management Solutions, can help companies adequately meet the PCI Data Security Standards. The whitepaper also details the compliance requirements along with ways in which LogRhythm meets and exceeds those regulations.
Published By: LogRhythm
Published Date: Sep 26, 2008
LogRhythm, the leader in Log and Security Event Management Solutions, has prepared a "Quick Read" whitepaper to help you understand what's required to ensure compliance with: CIP- 003-1 – Cyber Security – Security Management controls; CIP- 005-1 – Cyber Security – Electronic Security Perimeter(s); CIP- 006-1 – Cyber Security – Physical Security of Critical Cyber Assets; CIP -007-1 – Cyber Security – Systems Security Management; CIP -008-1 – Cyber Security – Incident Reporting and Response PlanningThe whitepaper also contains a compliance reference chart with the specific CIP requirements matched with recommended steps to ensure compliance.
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