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PostPosted: Tue Nov 10, 2009 11:28 pm    Post subject: PCI QFI application Reply with quote

Hi all,

Has anyone here been involved in the PCI QFI Application process?

The main elements of application that I am looking for help on is:
2.3 Forensic Lab and Analysis Equipment - How much information has to go here.. Would Encase/FTK software tools fall into this category and also forensic workstations?

2.4 Evidence Collection Equipment - What exactly has to go in here? It seems quite similar to the above requirement. Would Encase/FTK software tools fall into this category? List Servers/hard drives to store forensic bit-by-bit copies of all media?

Im not sure what the difference between 2.3 and 2.4 Is??

2.5- Incident Response Policies and Guidelines - are these our own company in-house policies and guidelines or a recommended standard by VISA?

2.6- Data Preservation Guidelines - Again, are these standard Data Preservation Guidelines from Visa or within our own company?

2.7 - Digital Forensics - Digital Forensics Guidelines are developed inhouse or standards developed by VISA?

2.8 - Preserving and Submitting Computer Evidence Guidelines - Evidentiary procedures developed inhouse or standards developed by VISA?

2.9- Chain of Custody Guidelines - Chain of Custody Guidelines developed inhouse or standards developed by VISA?

These were a little ambiguous for me, so if anyone could shed some light on it, I would appreciate that.

Thanks in advance,
Laura
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