Foundstone Professional Services offers various services to help organizations become compliant with the Experian Independent Third-Party Assessment (EI3PA) requirements, including staff augmentation, source code review, and application and network assessments. As a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA), Foundstone has extensive experience with the PCI standards and how to apply them for the EI3PA.
As a QSA, Foundstone is not only certified but deeply understands the requirements and processes behind the EI3PA and has performed this assessment for many organizations.
Foundstone expertise can help your organization with EI3PA compliance and to:
Foundstone Professional Services offers various programs to help organizations become compliant with EI3PA including staff augmentation, quarterly scans, source code review, and application and network assessments. As a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA), Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV), and Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS) QSA, Foundstone can help your organization become Experian compliant.
Protect critical servers. Foundstone evaluates the security of servers, verifying defenses for operating systems and devices, and identifying vulnerabilities that cannot be detected through network assessments.
Improve your security foundation. Foundstone evaluates the security of your network architecture to identify all vulnerabilities and keep intruders away from critical assets.
Define enterprise-wide security policies and build processes to bridge the gap between security policies and technologies. Foundstone creates and implements effective security processes so your company maintains a solid security posture.
Improve the security of your web applications. Foundstone identifies holes in production websites before the hackers can exploit vulnerabilities, quantifies the risks to your business, and provides mitigation recommendations.
Boost wireless network security. Foundstone evaluates access points, seeks out weak security controls and rogue devices, and implements security policies that minimize wireless risks.