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Cambia Integrates PCI

Cambia Security announced that Cambia CM now includes prescriptive asset configuration policies

ALPHARETTA, Ga. -- Cambia Security, Inc. today announced that its security policy enforcement software, Cambia CM, now includes prescriptive asset configuration policies and reports specific to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI). With these integrated policies, Cambia CM helps companies achieve compliance faster by automating the assessment of network asset configurations with specific elements of PCI.

Because Cambia's agentless software runs continuously, organizations can constantly monitor the compliance of network assets with key PCI requirements. This capability, coupled with Cambia CM's robust PCI reporting, helps companies reduce the staff time required to prepare for a PCI audit or assessment and to maintain desired asset configurations.

"The addition of PCI-specific policies into Cambia CM is a cornerstone of our PCI Protection Program," said Mark Wood, vice president of product management and marketing at Cambia. "These policies, along with Cambia CM's ability to continuously monitor assets for changes that could cause security risk or policy deviation, give companies stronger security and a dramatic reduction in PCI audit preparation time."

Cambia Security Inc.

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