Protect payment card transactions against data theft and fraud

PCI penetration testing

Expert PCI DSS penetration testing services, with a focus on security vulnerabilities in the cardholder data environment (CDE) that can result in data breaches, improper exposure of PAN and other cardholder-protected information.

Keep payment card data secure and stay compliant with PCI DSS 3.2.1 and 4.0.

Enhance your security standards to ensure payment data protection

Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) is a set of rules that apply to companies and organizations that store, process and transmit cardholder data – payment providers, acquirers, processors, banks, and fintech companies.

Apart from general guidelines on secure processing of payment data, the PCI outlines 12 requirements for compliance and mandates regular external and internal penetration testing at least once a year, or at every major change in the infrastructure of the cardholder environment. 

Our PCI pentest assessments allow your organization to identify security vulnerabilities that could put card payment data at risk. It also validates the posture of the existing controls to safeguard cardholder details.

Blaze provides the necessary recommendations to remediate and fix issues and improve your overall resilience against cyberattacks, guaranteeing adherence to PCI DSS 3.2.1 and 4.0.

Learn the advantages of working with Blaze for your PCI penetration testing

Payment card data protection

Blaze has extensive experience providing penetration testing services for PCI audits for banks, payment processors, and fintech.

Our PCI pentest assessments prioritize the risks and vulnerabilities within the cardholder data environment (CDE) that could jeopardize the security of payment data and lead to data breaches.

Increase customer trust

Show customers that your company takes steps and precautions to keep their payment data secure. This increases customers’ trust and strengthens your brand credibility.

Protecting your customers’ data helps your organization avoid fines and lawsuits and reduces the cost of data breaches.

PCI DSS compliance

As part of the audit activities, security processes and controls must be assessed to demonstrate they’re compliant with the cybersecurity standards defined by PCI DSS.

Blaze’s pentesting services follow methodologies such as OWASP Top 10, OWASP MASVS, OSSTMM, and PTES to ensure an in-depth review of the security controls of the platforms and systems handling and storing sensitive data

Designed to help you
improve your organization’s
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Web APP Pentest

Blaze’s web application and API penetration testing assessments are performed manually, augmented by automated scanners and custom tools. We go beyond common issues listed in OWASP Top 10 and cover business logic issues tailored to your system.

The application pentest enables your organization to identify security vulnerabilities in your web apps and back-end APIs and provides the necessary suggestions to remediate and fix the issues to improve your overall resilience against cyberattacks.

Mobile App Pentest

Penetration tests of mobile apps involve simulating the actions of a skilled attacker to identify vulnerabilities both in the application’s supporting infrastructure (back-end APIs and databases) and in the communication between the app and the server, performing an analysis of the application per se, along with its interaction with the mobile device.

Our team is well versed in penetration testing of Android and iOS applications. Blaze follows industry methodologies such as PTES, OSSTMM, and OWASP MASVS, to ensure an in-depth review of the security controls of your apps.

Cloud Pentest

Blaze’s security engineers have the ability to perform a thorough cloud penetration test to identify vulnerabilities and advise your organization on cloud security architecture and configuration best practices.

We can conduct security assessments and configuration reviews of all major cloud platforms, such as AWS (Amazon Web Services), GCP (Google Cloud Platform), and Microsoft Azure.

Our assessment takes into consideration the review of the security of cloud services such as logging, security groups, privilege escalation from different cloud-based services, misconfigured storage buckets, and more.

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