1 Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System Procedures Chapter 5 Administration Payment Card Industry Technical s Part 1. Purpose. This guideline emphasizes many of the minimum technical requirements necessary to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). This is not a comprehensive list, and institutions within Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (system) should refer to the PCI-DSS requirements from the PCI Security Standards Council. Part 2. Applicability. Subpart A. This guideline applies to all institutions that accept Payment Cards (e.g. Credit Cards) by any means. Several Self Assessment Questionnaires (SAQs) are used to determine compliance; however identifying which one applies depends on the way payment cards are accepted and how PCI data is retained. Documents from the PCI Security Standards Council can be used to assist with this identification, however this table can be used to approximate which questionnaire should apply: SAQ Validation Type Description Card-not-present (e-commerce or mail/telephone-order) merchants, all cardholder data functions outsourced. This would never apply to face-to-face merchants. Imprint-only merchants with no electronic cardholder data storage Stand-alone terminal merchants, no electronic cardholder data storage Merchants with POS systems connected to the Internet, no electronic cardholder data storage All other merchants (not included in Types 1-4 above) and all service providers defined by a payment brand as eligible to complete an SAQ. SAQ: V1.2 A 13 B 26 B 26 C D PCI DSS s 41 + quarterly scans quarterly scans Subpart B. s below have been categorized with an A, B, C, and/or D to identify to which institutions each requirement applies, based on which SAQ they are required to complete. SAQ D has the most requirements, while SAQ A has the fewest requirements. Subpart C. It is highly recommended that business processes be reviewed first to determine if it is feasible to modify processes in a way that would enable the institution to fall into a category with fewer requirements.
2 Page 2 Subpart D. This guidance applies to only the systems that are in scope for PCI, as defined by the PCI Security Standards Council. Part 3. Guidelines. Subpart A. Install and Maintain a Firewall Configuration to Protect Cardholder Data. Item PCI DSS Description Establish firewall and configuration standards which include a change management process, network diagrams, administrative responsibilities, business justification for all rules / services / protocols / ports, and rules are reviewed at a minimum of every six months Firewall configuration must restrict ingress and egress traffic to only that which is necessary, ensures startup configuration files are secure, restricts and/or controls traffic between any wireless environment and the cardholder environment , 1.3.4, Ensure the firewall allows systems within the 1.3.5, cardholder environment to only communicate to/from the Internet via systems in the demilitarized zone (DMZ), only allows established connections (stateful traffic inspection), and prevents private addresses from being revealed on the Internet The database must be placed in an internal zone, segregated from the demilitarized zone (DMZ) Mobile computers accessing the PCI environment must have a host-based/personal firewall installed.
3 Page 3 Subpart B. Do Not Use Vendor-Supplied Defaults for System Passwords and Other Security Parameters. Item PCI DSS Description Change vendor-supplied security defaults before installing the system or device onto the network Develop configuration standards for all system components, based on industry-accepted system hardening standards. Configuration standards must include: 2a Only one primary function per server. 2b 2.2.2, Disable unnecessary and/or insecure services, protocols, or other functionality. 2c 2.2.3, 2.1.1(b) Configure system parameters securely. 2d 2.3 Encrypt all non-console administrative access. Subpart C. Protect Stored Cardholder Data. Item PCI DSS Description 1 3.1(a), 3.1(b) Develop a data retention and disposal policy which minimizes cardholder data to only that which is required for business, legal, and or regulatory purposes. 2 In lieu of Utilize only Payment Application Data multiple items Security Standard (PA-DSS) validated in payment applications , 3.2.1, 3.2.2, Do not store sensitive verification data, such as the card verification code (a.k.a. CVV2, CVC2, CID, or CAV2), PIN, or the encrypted PIN block. Subpart D. Encrypt Transmission of Cardholder Data Across Open, Public Networks. Item PCI DSS Description Use strong encryption and security protocols when transmitting PCI data over open or public networks Do not send PCI data over end-user messaging technologies, such as , instant messaging, and chat.
4 Page 4 Subpart E. Use and Regularly Update Anti-Virus Software or Programs. Item PCI DSS Description 1 5 Deploy, maintain, and update anti-malware software on all commonly affected systems. Subpart F. Develop and Maintain Security Systems and Applications. Item PCI DSS Description 1 6.2(a), 6.2(b) Establish a process to identify newly discovered security vulnerabilities, and use this to update configuration standards (a) Ensure all systems components and software have the latest security patches installed Review public-facing web applications annually, or install a web-application firewall in front of public-facing applications , 6.5 Internally developed software should not be used in conjunction with PCI data. Subpart G. Restrict Access to Cardholder Data by Business Need-to-Know. Item PCI DSS Description Limit access to system components and cardholder data to only those individuals whose job requires such access, and only to the level of access required.
5 Page 5 Subpart H. Assign a Unique ID to Each Person with Computer Access. Item PCI DSS Description 1 8.1, 8.2, All users must have a unique ID which is, at a minimum, password protected User IDs must be securely issued and handled: 2a 8.5.1, Authorization forms defining required access must be completed, approved by management, and filed 2b 8.5.2, User identity must be verified prior to password resets 2c First time passwords are unique, and must change immediately after the first use 2d Terminated users have access revoked immediately 2e Inactive accounts are disabled at least every 90 days 2f Vendor maintenance accounts are enabled only during the time period needed, and immediately deactivated after use 2g User passwords are changed at least every 90 days 2h , Passwords are at least seven characters long and alpha-numeric 2i Users cannot re-use one of the last four passwords 2j User IDs are locked out after no more than six attempts 2k Accounts are locked out for 30 minutes or until the administrator re-enables it 2l Sessions idle for 15 minutes must require the user to re-enter the password 2m All access to databases must be authenticated 3a 8.3 Two-factor authentication for remote access 3b Automatically disconnect remote access connections after a specific period of inactivity 3c When accessing cardholder data remotely, prohibit copy, move, and storage of data onto local hard drives and removable electronic media
6 Page 6 Subpart I. Restrict Physical Access to Cardholder Data. Item PCI DSS Description 1 9.1, 9.1.1(a), Physically secure access to PCI 9.1.1(b), data/processing facilities (excluding POS 9.1.1(c), 9.4, systems) sufficiently to identify individuals 9.4(c) entering/exiting. Monitor and retain data for three months Maintain a list of computing devices (laptops, PDAs, PCs) and personnel with access 2a Label computing devices with owner, contact information, and purpose , Restrict physical access to network accessible 4 9.2, 9.3, 9.3.1, 9.3.2, jacks, wireless access points, gateways, etc. Develop procedures to distinguish between employees and visitors. Visitor access must be authorized, logged, provided a badge or token, and surrender the badge or token upon departure Securely store media. Ensure a secure courier is utilized and management approves of transporting materials. Classify the media and maintain controls over location and access Securely destroy media or data when no longer needed for business or legal reasons.
7 Page 7 Subpart J. Track and Monitor All Access to Network Resources and Cardholder Data. Item PCI DSS Description Audit trails must link access to system components to an individual. Audit trails must include logging of: 1a Individual access to cardholder data 1b All actions taken by individuals with root/administrative privileges 1c Access to audit trails 1d Invalid access attempts 1e Use of identification and authorization mechanisms 1f Initialization of the audit log 1g Creation and deletion of system-level objects 1h 10.3 For each event: 1h(i) User identification 1h(ii) Type of event 1h(iii) Date and time 1h(iv) Success or failure 1h(v) Origination of event 1h(vi) Identity of affected data, system component, or resource System clocks must be synchronized to multiple external known good sources , , Audit trails must be secured against , 10.7 unauthorized viewing or modifications, with one year of data being retained, and the previous three months immediately available for analysis Audit trails of intrusion detection or intrusion prevention systems (IDS/IPS) and authentication, authorization and accounting activities on all system components must be reviewed daily
8 Page 8 Subpart K. Regularly Test Security System and Processes. Item PCI DSS Description Test for presence of wireless access points at least quarterly, or deploy wireless intrusion detection or intrusion prevention systems Run internal vulnerability scans at least quarterly, and after significant changes Have an external vulnerability scan conducted by a PCI Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV) at least quarterly (a) Have an annual internal and external penetration test covering both the network and application layer conducted by a qualified and independent party (a), 11.4(b) Monitor all traffic in the cardholder environment with intrusion detection / intrusion protection systems, ensuring signatures stay up to date and appropriate individuals are notified of suspected compromises (a), 11.5(b) Use file integrity monitoring software at least weekly to alert personal to unauthorized changes in critical system files, such as system executables, application executables, configuration files, and audit / log files
9 Page 9 Subpart L. Maintain an Information Security Policy. Item PCI DSS Description , Conduct an annual formal risk assessment that identifies threats and vulnerabilities, and update as the environment changes Create documented operational procedures to ensure policy items are properly executed Assign an individual or team the information security management responsibilities including: 3a Establishing, documenting, and distributing security policies and procedures 3b Monitoring, analyzing, and distributing security alerts and information 3c Administer user accounts 3d Monitor and control all access to data Provide security awareness training to employees upon hire and at least annually thereafter Employees must annually acknowledge reading and understanding security policies and procedures Conduct background checks for all potential employees with access to more than one credit card number at a time or to the cardholder data environment Manage service providers, at a minimum: 7a Maintain a list of providers 7b Maintain a written agreement acknowledging responsibility for securing cardholder data 7c Perform proper due diligence prior to engagement of service providers 7d Monitor the service providers PCI DSS compliance status (a) Establish, document, and distribute security incident response and escalation procedures 8a (b) Include roles, responsibilities, communication, and contact strategies, including notification of the payment brands 8b (b) Include business recovery and continuity procedures 8c Include data back-up processes 8d Include analysis of legal requirements for reporting requirements
10 Page 10 Item PCI DSS Description 8e Reference or include incident response procedures from the payment brands 8f Test the plan at least annually 8g Designate specific personnel to be available 24x7 to respond to alerts 8h Provide appropriate incident response training to staff 8i Include alerts from intrusion detection system / intrusion protection system (IDS, IPS) and file-integrity monitoring systems 8j Include a process to evolve the incident response plan with lessons learned and industry developments Subpart M. Policy amendment. The system office will review and update subparts A thru L of System annually to reflect changes in the PCI DSS. No further approval required. Part 4. Definitions. Subpart A. Access. Approved authorization to view, modify or delete system information/data. Access shall be authorized to individuals or groups of users depending on the application of law, system policy or guideline. Technical ability to access information is not necessarily equivalent to legal authority. Subpart B. Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV). Organizations certified by the PCI Security Standards Council to validate adherence to PCI DSS by performing vulnerability scans of Internet facing environments of merchants and service providers. Subpart C. Authorized Individual. Employee, consultant, volunteer or other individual who is approved and allowed access to information within the system to perform an activity on behalf of an institution. The individual may have access to any class of information, according to policy. Subpart D. Breach. Any accidental or deliberate non-compliance with policies or other security controls. Subpart E. Card Verification Code (CVV2, CVC2, CID, or CAV2). A three or four digit value printed on the payment card, but not embossed. It is usually found on the back of the card in or near the signature strip, but is on the front of American Express cards. Subpart F. Data. Information collected, stored, transferred or reported for any purpose, whether in computers or in manual files. Data can include: financial transactions, lists, identifying information about people, projects or processes, and information in the form of reports. Because data has value,
11 Page 11 and because it has various sensitivity classifications defined by federal law and state statute, it must be protected. Subpart G. Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). Networks containing filtered anonymous or authenticated Internet accessible access devices or servers. Examples may include but are not limited to web servers, instant messaging servers, virtual private network (VPN) or remote access servers/services, etc. Subpart H. Electronic Cardholder Data. Data that must be protected by the PCI DSS defined as either all of the information found on the full magnetic strip, or the PAN plus any of the following: cardholder name, expiration data, service code. Subpart I. Employee. Full-time and/or part-time employees, temporary employees and personnel, and contractors and consultants who are resident on the entity s site. Subpart J. May. A statement that is optional. Subpart K. Merchant Bank. The merchant bank is a financial institution which offers financial services to organizations and individuals. The requirement to be PCI compliant is typically found in the contracts between merchant banks and entities with credit card processing accounts (a.k.a. merchant accounts). Subpart L. Must. A statement that is required for a compliant implementation. Subpart M. Must Not. A statement that is prohibited for a compliant implementation. Subpart N. Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA DSS). Provides the definitive data standard for software vendors that develop payment applications. Subpart O. Primary Account Number (PAN). Payment card number that identifies the issuer and the particular cardholder account. Subpart P. Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). A standard that defines controls that must be in place around cardholder data. A contractual agreement with the merchant bank requires that all organizations which hold, process, or pass cardholder information from any card branded with the logo of one of the card brands comply with this standard. Subpart Q. Payment Brand. One of the brands of credit cards (e.g. MasterCard, Visa, American Express, etc). Subpart R. Payment Cards. Cards containing payment data, used in purchasing goods and services. Typically referred to as either credit cards or debit cards. Subpart S. PCI Data. Payment card information, as defined by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council. PCI data is subject to the PCI Data Security Standards. Such information includes payment account numbers (PANs) plus expiration dates, cardholder names, or verification codes, or data stored on track 2 of the payment card.
12 Page 12 Subpart T. PCI Security Standards Council. The organization responsible for assembling, updating, and maintaining the PCI-DSS. Subpart U. POS System. Point-of-Sale system. Subpart V. Self Assessment Questionnaire. Merchants that process fewer than a given amount of transactions annually are able to complete a Self-Assessment Questionnaire (or SAQ) to demonstrate compliance. Each payment brand has individual requirements, but as an example, Visa allows organizations to complete a SAQ if they process fewer than six million Visa transactions annually. Subpart W. Should. A statement that is recommended but not required. Subpart. Should Not. A statement of practices that are not recommended but which may be followed. Subpart Y. Stateful Inspection. Firewall capability that provides enhanced security by keeping track of communications packets. Only incoming packets with a proper response ( established connections ) are allowed through the firewall. Subpart Z. System. Denotes the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees, the system office, the state colleges and universities, and any part or combination thereof. Subpart AA. Token. A device that performs dynamic authentication. Subpart BB. Web Application Firewall. An appliance, server plugin, or filter that applies a set of rules to an HTTP conversation. Part 5. Authority. Subpart A. Board policies 1A.1 and 5.23 delegate authority to the vice chancellor to develop system guidelines, consistent with Board policy and system procedure, for the purposes of implementing Board policy Approval Date: 05/17/10, Effective Date: 05/17/10, Date and Subject of Revision: 1/25/12 The Chancellor amends all current system procedures effective February 15, 2012, to change the term Office of the Chancellor to system office or similar term reflecting the grammatical context of the sentence.
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