Becoming compliant to the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Standard can help businesses protect their customer’s data, win new business and protect their brand. But did you know it can also help protect you from litigation in the event of a cyber breach?
In 2010 laws were passed in Washington State, Minnesota, Nevada and Massachusetts which stated that businesses are not liable for unauthorized access to credit card information they stored if they were PCI compliant. Similar laws are expected to be rolled out across States in the near future.
The quickest way to become compliant is by using the PCI DSS Compliance Toolkit.
|PCI Compliance Toolkit
Until Friday this toolkit comes with a free staff e-Learning course
This toolkit contains all the templates, tools and policies you need to conduct your own PCI compliance project quickly and cost-effectively. It contains all the documents you need and essential guidance on how to achieve compliance.
Until Friday this toolkit comes with a free PCI Staff e-Learning Course. Staff training is essential in the correct handling of sensitive data and meeting the requirements of the PCI Standard.