Fugue Adds PCI Monitoring and Reporting
March 18, 2019

Fugue announced support for Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance for enterprise cloud environments.

The addition of PCI to Fugue's suite of out-of-the-box compliance standards enables enterprises to demonstrate continuous compliance across their entire cloud computing footprint.

"Today's highly dynamic, at-scale enterprise cloud environments present significant challenges for compliance teams that need to certify that cloud infrastructure adheres to policy and demonstrate it on a continuous basis," said Fugue CEO Phillip Merrick. "Fugue makes it easy to scan cloud environments, identify policy violations, and continuously monitor for compliance for a growing number of industry compliance standards. We're pleased to deliver PCI assurance as part of Fugue's comprehensive cloud compliance capabilities."

Fugue's suite of cloud compliance standards includes out-of-the-box support for HIPAA, GDPR, NIST 800-53, AWS CIS Benchmark, and now PCI. Fugue provides real-time inventory and compliance monitoring of enterprise cloud environments. Compliance teams can establish a known-good baseline in order to detect configuration drift and report on policy violations when they occur--and track them over time. For critical cloud resources, Fugue can revert drift events back to the established baseline autonomously with self-healing infrastructure to protect against a data breach.

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