Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) developed by American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard and Visa establishes a framework for protecting sensitive cardholder Information.
PCI DSS is being enforced aggressively by the industry to safeguard sensitive cardholder information and prevent losses. All merchants that store, process or transmit credit card numbers, including retailers, are required to comply with the PCI DSS. Non-compliance with the standard can result in significant fines or organizations inability to process credit cards. In addition, companies are required to validate their PCI DSS compliance annually.
The core principles of the PCI DSS framework consist of twelve (12) requirements categorized into six (6) Control Objectives or Functional Areas. Organizations must comply with all the requirements to meet the overall objective of PCI DSS.
SYSUSA’s PCI DSS Security Compliance Assessments is designed to help organizations understand the standard applicability to their environment and evaluate the effectiveness of current IT controls in accordance with the requirements established by PCI DSS. SYSUSA can help your businesses achieve compliance with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) requirements. We can also you align your Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) to ensure compliance with other applicable laws and industry regulations.
Our security consultants are experts in Information Technology-Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (IT-GRC) and ready to help you through the entire PCI DSS compliance process. Our assessment assures that the people, processes and technologies in place to protect critical organizational information assets, systems and applications are in compliance with established enterprise policies, industry standards and applicable laws & regulations.
No matter where you are in the process, we can help you achieve compliance and gain efficiencies in maintaining compliance. Our security consultants will help guide you through the entire PCI compliance process.
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