Regardless of the fact that payment card industry (PCI) compliance standards have been around since 2006, there remains quite a bit of misunderstanding and confusion about what it means to be PCI compliant and why it matters for the protection of your company and your customers. Here are some frequently asked questions about PCI compliance.
The National Cyber Security Alliance is thrilled to accept the 2017 SC Magazine Editor’s Choice Award. This award is part of the SC Awards, honoring the achievements of companies and information security professionals striving to safeguard businesses, customers and critical data in North America.
If you are involved in any type of payments, you’ve probably heard of “PCI Requirements,” as published by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC). UL along with acquisitions now under the UL banner have been working with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) since its inception – we were there when the first companies were accredited to perform PCI testing.
Customers appreciate a company who puts effort into keeping them safe. Customers will be more likely to frequent a business where they know they can securely transact. That is why it is vital for retailers to treat data security seriously.