PCI Compliance

PCI Compliance
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PCI Compliance for your Website & System

 

Our Team of Security Specialists can help turn your System PCI Compliant. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, also known as PCI, requires any Company or Website that accepts, processes, or stores credit card data to protect the privacy and confidentiality of the information. PCI was created to increase control of cardholder data to reduce credit card theft and fraud. Even though PCI compliance rates are improving with time, many Websites are still unprepared. Therefore, if you want to accept credit cards online you will need to become PCI compliant. Contact us if you have questions.

Ecom Solutions has extensive experience with the creation of Secure Websites and Systems containing sensitive information. Our Software Applications and Websites delivered to our Clients secure and are compatible with PCI Security Standards. We can also raise the level of your current Website security to PCI Standards or exceeding PCI Standards. The security requirements are implemented in the development stages, and the Website or System is submitted to extensive Testing before deployment.

In order for you to become PCI Compliant you will have to successfully fill out the appropriate self assessment questionnaire (SAQ), have a written security policy which is kept up to date, and have the Website scanned and passed by an Authorized PCI Compliance scanning Vendor.

PCI Compliance is an ongoing process, and our Specialists can help you turn and maintain your Website PCI compliant. Some of the steps we implement to bring Websites to PCI standards or exceed PCI standards are as follows:

  • Build and Maintain a Secure Network
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  • Protect Cardholder Data
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  • Maintain a Vulnerability Management Program
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  • Schedule scans to ensure Data Security
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  • Implement Strong Access Control Measures
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  • Regularly Monitor and Test Networks
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Contact one of our Security Specialists to discuss PCI Compliance or if you have questions!

 
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