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PCI-DSS

The PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), sets up guidelines for developing a safer payment card data security process . It makes global standards for prevention, detection and responses to security incidents.

Companies not only have to follow these standards but also validate that they are being executed effectively to receive PCI certification.

Infobyte Security Research offers comprehensive solutions that help organizations meet PCI requirements. Security checks are one of the easiest ways to fulfill many of the PCI standards. These solutions are a fast way to show that your company has proper security controls put in place and that you have an adequate response plan that follows PCI guidelines.

Verification of PCI-DSS requirements

Faraday allows businesses and providers to scan the perimeter network in order to identify, categorize and mitigate vulnerabilities in the system.

Internal/ External Vulnerabilities Evaluation

Infobyte Security Research is a ASV-certified provider for the PCI SSC. We complete vulnerability evaluations with the latest technological base and practices.

Infobyte is the first company in Latin America to offer Red Team services. Infobyte´s team is composed of highly specialized security professionals with diverse skill sets that a bring HIGHLY offensive mindset to all security operations.

Faraday lets pentesting teams work collaboratively on their security assessments. This encourages the use of ¨best practices¨ and allows for personalized reports for the technical team and for executives as well.

Vulnerabilities Test

Infobyte Security Research provides ¨SaaS¨ (Software as a Service), in which a automated vulnerability evaluation is conducted for Web applications.

Faraday lets an audit be seen in real time, identifying vulnerabilities by host, severity, service, etc. Additionally a timeline can be made of all the evaluations, so team members can do a comparison of all pentests completed.

HIPAA / HITECH

HIPAA, also known as the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. was a law passed by the United States Congress that greatly increased requirements for protecting patients´ confidentiality and the integrity of their information.

The law has two main pillars:

  • Privacy
  • Security, also know as 45 C.F.R 164.306(a)

The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act, or HITECH Act, was passed during the US government stimulus package in 2009. Under the law, the US Department of Health and Human Services is spending more than $25 Billion for implementing new health information technology. This along with HIPAA forms the requirements for the security of members of an organization or business. Additionally, it also increases the notifications for when PHI (Protected Health Information) is violated or there is an information breach.

Infobyte Security Research offers comprehensive solutions to help organizations better fulfill their requirements for HITECH. Rigorously testing an organization's security is required by law and help organizations make effective security plans for their day-to- day operations but also in times of crisis.

Internal/ External Vulnerabilities Evaluation

Infobyte is the first company in Latin America to offer Red Team services. Infobyte´s team is composed of highly specialized security professionals with diverse skill sets that a bring HIGHLY offensive mindset to all security operations.

Faraday lets pentesting teams work collaboratively on their security assessments. This encourages the use of ¨best practices¨ and allows for personalized reports for the technical team and for executives as well.

Vulnerabilities Test

Infobyte Security Research provides ¨SaaS¨ (Software as a Service), in which a automated vulnerability evaluation is conducted for Web applications.

Faraday lets an audit be seen in real time, identifying vulnerabilities by host, severity, service, etc. Additionally a timeline can be made of all the evaluations, so team members can do a comparison of all pentests completed.

HIPAA / HITECH

SOX

The Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) law was passed in 2002 and introduced sweeping changes in terms of oversight for the American securities and exchange industry. The goal of the law is to avoid fraud, limit the risk of bankruptcy and to protect the investor.

Having secure information plays a huge part in Section 404 of SOX: Evaluation of Control Protocol¨ where they require:

  • Implementing internal controls and procedures to make detailed reports.
  • Doing an annual security audit

Infobyte Security Research ayuda a las organizaciones ofreciendo soluciones bajo el espíritu de la norma para mejorar su nivel de cumplimiento. Las pruebas de Seguridad es una de las soluciones más fáciles que puede realizar para cumplir varios requisitos de SOX. Soluciones efectivas que permiten de forma rápida demostrar si sus controles de seguridad y planes de respuesta están adecuadamente implementados y funcionando según las buenas prácticas dispuestas por la norma.

Infobyte Security Research offers comprehensive solutions to help organizations better fulfill their requirements for SOX. Rigorously testing an organization's security is required by law and help organizations make effective security plans for their day-to- day operations but also in times of crisis.

SOX

Internal/ External Vulnerabilities Evaluation

Infobyte is the first company in Latin America to offer Red Team services. Infobyte´s team is composed of highly specialized security professionals with diverse skill sets that a bring HIGHLY offensive mindset to all security operations.

Faraday lets pentesting teams work collaboratively on their security assessments. This encourages the use of ¨best practices¨ and allows for personalized reports for the technical team and for executives as well.

Vulnerabilities Test

Infobyte Security Research provides ¨SaaS¨ (Software as a Service), in which a automated vulnerability evaluation is conducted for Web applications.

Faraday lets an audit be seen in real time, identifying vulnerabilities by host, severity, service, etc. Additionally a timeline can be made of all the evaluations, so team members can do a comparison of all pentests completed.

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