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Database Auditing and Management Leaders Lumigent and Sybase to Co-Present Webinar on Implementing PCI Best Practices

Web Seminar to Address Systems and Processes to Help Merchants and Service Providers Comply with PCI's 'Dirty Dozen'

ACTON, Mass., Oct. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Lumigent, a recognized industry leader in data auditing for compliance and security, today announced that it will co-present a webinar with Sybase on best practices for complying with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). The informational web seminar titled, "Understanding and Implementing PCI Best Practices" will be held October 30, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. PT.

"Many of Sybase's customers have identified PCI DSS as a huge priority," said Steve Capelli, vice president of worldwide sales at Sybase. "Yet, at the same time, there is a lot of confusion around what exactly is required and how one intelligently deals with the twelve rules of PCI -- known as the PCI 'dirty dozen.' Sybase and Lumigent offer one of the most comprehensive, scalable PCI compliance solutions available, and are actively working together to help our customers address some of the most challenging PCI mandates. This webinar is just one of the ways we're helping organizations understand how to reach PCI compliance."

Attendees of the web seminar will learn: -- How to translate PCI requirements into database controls; -- What auditors require for proof of compliance; -- Why implementing controls for PCI DSS compliance lays the foundation for comprehensive data security and compliance with other regulations; and -- How to use automation to accelerate compliance and minimize the burden on IT. Details of the event are as follows: Title: "Understanding and Implementing PCI Best Practices" Date: Tuesday, October 30, 2007 Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET Registration: To register for this event or for more information, contact Lumigent at 978-206-3720.

"Implementing a secure and irrefutable audit trail of database activity reveals violations in security policies and identifies when credit card data is stolen or accessed inappropriately. It's an enormous task facing merchants and service providers who need to comply with PCI mandates," said Roger Hodskins, vice president of marketing at Lumigent. "This webinar will explore options available for organizations grappling with which systems and processes to put in place in order to comply."

About Lumigent Technologies

Lumigent is the leader in data auditing for compliance and security. Lumigent's award-winning technology offers the most complete database auditing capability available today, providing organizations with strong IT controls for database access to pass IT audits, address regulatory compliance, and enhance data security. Through automation of costly manual controls, Lumigent's solutions support a sustainable, cost-effective compliance program and assure the integrity of sensitive information. Lumigent enables organizations to understand what users can do to sensitive data and validate what they actually did. For further information, please call +1.866.586.4436 or visit http://www.lumigent.com/.

Lumigent, Audit DB and the Lumigent logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Lumigent Technologies, Inc. Other product and company names are the property of their respective owners.

MEDIA CONTACTS: Roger Hodskins Joanna Horn Lumigent Technologies, Inc. Davies Murphy Group, Inc. 978-206-3834 781-418-2426 [email protected]@daviesmurphy.comhttp://www.lumigent.com/http://www.daviesmurphy.com/

Lumigent Technologies, Inc.

CONTACT: Roger Hodskins of Lumigent Technologies, Inc., +1-978-206-3834,
[email protected]; or Joanna Horn of Davies Murphy Group, Inc.,
+1-781-418-2426, [email protected], for Lumigent Technologies, Inc.

Web site: http://www.lumigent.com/

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