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We know that protecting your customer data is extremely important, complicated and challenging. That is why we partnered with Trustwave®, a leading provider of data security services and PCI DSS compliance, to help you protect your business from a data breach.
The result is the Advanced Security Package (ASP), a customized suite of security tools providing detection, monitoring and reporting capabilities that will not only make you more secure, it will help meet and streamline your PCI compliance requirements. ASP not only provides a solid foundation for compliance, but it will also give you peace of mind that your business is secure.
The Advanced Security Package is delivered via Trustwave Endpoint Protection Suite, which simplifies compliance and provides a unified dashboard for monitoring. The Endpoint makes deploying easy. You simply log in and ASP will prompt you to install the Endpoint. Once deployed, ASP enables automatic recognition of your security solutions and can prefill answers to all applicable questions for the SAQ, saving you time.
We designed the Advanced Security Package (ASP) especially for businesses with limited IT resources. Many businesses don’t have a resource on hand that is knowledgeable in areas of risk, data security or PCI DSS compliance.
ASP helps fill that gap and provides a greater breadth of security capabilities than you’d find from any single security vendor. If you shopped for each of these tools independently, the costs to you will be many times greater. Plus, you’d have to deal with each vendor separately.
The Advanced Security Package is designed to improve your overall security posture by adding additional layers to your data security defenses while also streamlining your PCI DSS compliance process.
If you’d like more information, feel free to read our Advanced Security Package FAQs.
Percent of breaches that affect small businesses.
Number of breaches that were avoidable with simple/intermediate measures.
The number of merchants who fail after a credit card compromise.
The number of Americans who were victims of a data breach last year.
How much data breaches increased last year. 55% of those affected were small businesses.
The average time it takes before a breached business goes out of business.