What Happens If You Are Not PCI Compliant? 1. You May Suffer Financial Losses Merchants ignoring the growing adoption of PCI DSS do so at their own peril as the penalties for non-PCI compliance are severe. Non-PCI compliant merchants and payment processors can face fines from $5,000 to $500,000, depending on a variety of factors…
PCI Gap Analysis Our PCI Gap Analysis service is designed to give you a holistic view of your organization’s current compliance state and the steps it’s taking today to achieve compliance with the standard. With this valuable information in hand, it is much easier to identify any steps necessary to make your credit/debit card processing..
Companies that collect data on citizens in European Union (EU) countries will need to comply with strict new rules around protecting customer data by May 25. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is expected to set a new standard for consumer rights regarding their data, but companies will be challenged as they put systems and..
Here’s PCI explained in 4 sections for easy consumption Though the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (or PCI DSS) applies to every merchant who accepts payment cards, many merchants lack a comprehensive understanding of what PCI is, or how it’s enforced. Unfortunately, this puts these folks at a serious disadvantage when it comes time..
Your pharmacy data is secure, right? Including all your patients’ protected health information (PHI) and credit card information? Did your stomach just tighten and your heart start to beat against your chest because you just realized you can’t remember the last time you updated your antivirus? Let’s face it. We can put up all the..
It’s still easy to sit back and say, “What’s the problem? I just won’t click any suspicious emails or visit any “not safe for work” websites…how on earth are these supposed hackers going to cause issues with my tiny widget business?” Read on… Six ways YOUR business may be targeted: Your internal and internet facing..
If the Target data breach has taught us anything, it’s that failing to protect customer privacy can result in serious fines and reputation issues. During the 2013 holiday season, Target confirmed publically that credit and debit card information for 40 million of its customers had been compromised (as well as email and mailing addresses for..