Avoid fines by ensuring your business is handling credit card data in a secure and responsible way.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of security guidelines for any business that accepts credit card payments, requiring that they maintain the safety of their customer data. They cover everything from how data is stored and transmitted to how it is processed and safeguarded, thereby helping to prevent credit card fraud and other types of data breaches.
To comply with PCI DSS, businesses must put in place a number of security measures, including encrypting data, creating restricted access to databases, and scanning and testing for vulnerabilities in systems and applications. Only one part of the PCI DSS concerns vulnerability management, but unlike other standards like ISO 27001 and SOC 2, there are a strict set of requirements for vulnerability scanning and management that must be followed precisely to gain compliance.
There are six key areas of security requirements that businesses must meet in order to comply with PCI DSS (and avoid a hefty fine)
Put in place a PCI vulnerability management program with Intruder’s help and meet the PCI security requirements easily with:
The PCI security standards are constantly evolving, as new threats emerge and new technologies are developed. Ensure you stay compliant with Intruder’s help.