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AT&T Announces PCI Approved Vulnerability Scanning Service

AT&T PCI Scanning

AT&T PCI Scanning

AT&T today announced that is has added PCI Scanning to its portfolio of services. The service, “AT&T SureScan,” will be available as Software as a Service offering, and as a PCI Approved Scanning Vendor, the company will provide automated vulnerability scanning services primarily for Level 1 Merchants and Service Providers, helping them assess and identify weaknesses in operating systems, services, and devices that could put an organization at risk.

AT&T customers can now access all the services required to become PCI compliant – annual assessments, compliance program management, remediation consulting services, compliance health checks, compliance readiness assessments and approved scanning vendor (ASV), and Qualified Incident Response Assessor (QIRA).

AT&T SureScan is part the company’s portfolio of security consulting and risk management services.

Related Reading: Is Your Organization Prepared for a New Era of Compliance?

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