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  • a. Seric Systems Ltd, Studio 2004, Abbey Mill Business Centre, Mile End Building, 12 Seedhill Road, Paisley, PA1 1JS. t. 0141 561 1161 e. info@seric.co.uk w. seric.co.uk tw. @sericsystems CASE STUDY PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS STORAGE AND INTEGRATED SYSTEMS SOCIAL BUSINESS AND COLLABORATION IT SECURITY TRESPASS Security Vulnerability Scanning BRIEF Trespass required a solution which could scan their website for security vulnerabilities and ensure that they were fully compliant with the latest PCI security standards. SOLUTION The Seric solution was IBM Rational AppScan Standard Edition. AppScan’s ability to scan a wide range of applications for security vulnerabilities with high levels of accuracy, accompanied by intuitive fix recommendations, meant that any security vulnerabilities were resolved in a timely fashion. AppScan’s regulatory compliance reporting templates and console gives Trespass an enterprise wide visibility into risks and continuous updates on remediation progress ensuring compliance would no longer be an issue. OUTCOME “This solution has dramatically improved our ability to identify and correct vulnerabilities on our e-commerce platforms” Stuart Melville IT Manager Trespass “The varying levels of reporting can provide a concise management view and can easily drill down to a technical level, which has proved very useful in helping our developers find the most appropriate response.” Stuart Melville, IT Manager, Trespass