Are you PCI Compliant for your business?

As a merchant that accepts credit cards, you are ultimately responsible for protecting your customer’s cardholder data wherever it is processed, stored or transmitted.
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WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE PCI COMPLIANT?
Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance is the adherence to a set of specific security standards that were created by the major card brands to protect your customer’s cardholder data from being stolen during a payment transaction and after. PCI compliance is required for all merchants that process credit cards, regardless of size.

BUT WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
As a merchant that accepts credit cards, you are ultimately responsible for protecting your customer’s cardholder data wherever it is processed, stored or transmitted. Being compliant reduces your risks of a security breach, provides peace of mind for you and your customers and it helps to protect your business from facing major fines and penalties. If you are not compliant and a breach occurs, fines can reach as high as $500,000 per incident.

WHAT ARE MY RESPONSIBILITIES AS A MERCHANT?
You are required to comply with the PCI Data Security Standards. As part of your merchant services agreement, you were automatically enrolled in PCI Smart, a program which provides you with the tools you need to validate compliance.
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YOU NEED PCI SMART!
Protect your customer's data for the long-term with the PCI Smart program’s tool. Once registered, you will be guided step-by-step through the PCI DSS certification process, which includes a Self-Assessment Questionnaire and, for some merchants, a “network vulnerability scan” to help protect your business from hackers. The questionnaire includes questions about your policies, procedures, administrative controls, access controls and physical security measures related to protecting cardholder data.

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