What is PCI?
If you are an Australian business of any size and you accept credit cards, you must be PCI compliant.
PCI DSS (often shown simply as PCI) stands for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards and is a global standard, active in Australia since 2004. The standard is administered by the PCI Council formed by a group of financial institutions including Visa, MasterCard and American Express. It has 12 requirements for every business that stores, processes or transmits payment cardholder data.
Business operators who accept, process, transmit or store cardholder data are required to comply with PCI Security Standards to ensure a secure payment card environment.
The goal of PCI compliance is to ensure that merchants use maximum security when processing customer payments or handling customer data.
Our PCI credentials
In 2008, Pure Hacking became a PCI-accredited company with Qualified Security Assessors (QSAs). Since then we have helped many businesses reach and maintain PCI Compliance.
Pure Hacking is a specialist security firm who has invested heavily in their employees skillsets. This allows your firm to leverage off our investment to gain the detailed knowledge and insight when analysing your existing security controls.
Don’t waste your budget implementing unnecessary security controls. Rely on specialists who can identify and justify the real risk associated with your Cardholder Data Environment (CDE).
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Please contact us to discuss your PCI requirements.