PCI

Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard

What is PCI?

In 2006, the major cardholder companies in the United States created a council and set of security standards for the Payment Card Industry (PCI Security Standards Council).

How Does FRSecure Approach PCI Engagements?

As a PCI DSS Qualified Security Assessor Company, FRSecure provides the expertise necessary to review and advise organizations on PCI DSS compliance. Our certified professionals can help your organization define your PCI environment, determine compliance gaps, and provide necessary attestations of compliance.

PCI / DSS Compliance Information Security Services

PCI Process

FRSecure will follow the card data trail every step of the way until we have a full understanding of the role credit cards play in your organization.

FRSecure will ensure that all third-party vendors, hardware, software, etc., are PCI-compliant as required.

FRSecure will report each credit card process and identify the PCI requirements necessary to secure each process.

FRSecure will recommend changes to your processes or environment to reduce the scope of your cardholder data.

PCI FAQ

In 2006, the major cardholder companies in the United States created a council and set of security standards for the payment card industry (PCI Security Standards Council).

If you process cardholder data involving any of the major cardholder companies in the council, you’ll have PCI requirements to meet.

Between annual Reports on Compliance (ROCs) and Self-Assessment Questionnaires (SAQs), there are many different assessments your organization may need to complete. The ways your organization process payment data, how much payment information you process, the storage methods you employ, and more, all play a part in which kinds of assessments you may need to do.

FRSecure follows a four-step process to help you comply with security requirements.

  1. Discover the role of card payments in your organization
  2. Validate all third-party vendors, hardware, software, etc., are PCI-compliant
  3. Document each credit card process and identify requirements
  4. Recommend changes to your processes or environment