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PCI

What is PCI Compliance?

The PCI Data Security Standards were developed in 1999 by the major credit card brands as a guideline for organizations to follow to protect Cardholder Data. It has evolved into one of the most stringent and prescriptive standards to date focused on the protection of the credit card data you process, transmit, and/or store.

Why follow PCI Compliance standards?

Through contracts, whether you are an organization that processes, stores or transmits one credit card transaction or one million, you must comply with the PCI DSS. Failure to comply or properly demonstrate your compliance can have a variety of consequences from monthly fines to no longer having the privilege to accept credit cards.

How we can help with PCI regulatory compliance?

As a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) and Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV) , SecureState has the knowledge and expertise required by PCI to perform both the audits and scans for the DSS. SecureState’s team can advise your organization on the proper ways to segment your PCI data to validating the effectiveness of your PCI Compliance program through activities such as penetration testing, web application security reviews, and firewall ruleset reviews