Indusface has partnered with Dragonfly Technologies, an Australian security company, to help organizations in identifying PCI DSS gaps, remediation planning and remediation services in the Asia-Pacific region through ‘DrivePCI’ initiative.
Branko Ninkovic, CEO, Dragonfly, said, “We have an opportunity to build a PCI community whose mission is to drive continuous best practice security and provide a clear path to PCI DSS compliance so our customers can focus on their business goals. With our newly formed DrivePCI initiative, and founding alliance member Indusface we can make a real difference to businesses everywhere.”
Dragonfly provides a range of services in areas like Governance, Risk and Compliance, Penetration Testing & Web Application Security. By entering into this alliance, they will not only be able to enhance their security portfolio, but can also leverage the PCI solutions offered by Indusface to address their customer requirements across different geographies.
Ashish Tandon, CEO, Indusface, said, “Being an Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV) for PCI Security Standards Council, Indusface will help organizations perform regular vulnerability checks to prevent exploits and misuse. In this alliance with Dragonfly, we also look to help companies comply with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) 6.6 requirement with our Total Application Security solution that detects, protects and monitors. PCI DSS 6.6 mandates addressing vulnerabilities on public-facing web applications, which is an area of our expertise.”