Are You at Risk?
Three simple questions can determine whether your organization must comply with PCI-DSS security requirements:
Does your company accept, process, transmit, or store payment card data? Does your company process credit card payments on your systems? Does your company outsource this function to a payment processor or other service provider, meaning that NO cardholder data is on your systems?
If you answered yes to questions 1 or 2, your organization has a PCI-DSS compliance requirement levied by your merchant bank and the PCI Council. If you answered yes to question 3, you need to be sure that data bypasses your system altogether.
Achieving and Maintaining Compliance With PCI-DSS
Every business that protects, processes, stores or transmits credit and debit payments must comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS). These standards require organizations like yours to ensure the necessary security controls are in place to protect data from theft and misuse, and given the exponential increase in breaches, PCI is increasing the stringency and specificity of their requirements, plus their fines for violations. The risk of penalties, legal ramifications, and damage to reputation leave businesses with inadequate security controls in a highly precarious position.
PCM Unique Value Proposition
Minimize Risks and Pass Audits: Partnering with PCM, a PCI-Qualified Security Assessor (QSA)
It can be tricky to know where to begin when it comes to PCI-DSS. You’re facing a myriad of complicated regulations and a library of potentially unfamiliar terminology, and you’ll need to understand the requirements that cover everything from technology to policy and personnel. If you don’t have a proven PCI-DSS compliance expert on staff, looking to a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) who is certified to conduct PCI-DSS audits is a must.
PCM is one of only 100+ QSAS in the U.S., and our compliance experts know the ins and outs of PCI-DSS, including your most likely areas of oversight, common mistakes, and best practices. PCM’s certified QSA’s will work with you personally, whether to complete a self-assessment, gap analysis, remediation activities, or readiness consulting. Your ultimate result will be total elimination of security gaps and a framework that meets or exceeds PCI requirements.
Gap Assessment
Complete inventory of data and lines of business Identify areas of PCI compliance deficiency Develop comprehensive remediation plan
Execute remediation consulting Address gaps identified in initial analysis Make security control(s) recommendations Deliver implementation services to assist with closing gaps Provide required annual audit service
Readiness Consulting
Evaluate current environment for PCI-DSS audit readiness

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