PCI DSS compliance - a matter of time, not budget


IT Governance, an approved PCI QSA company, has warned that a lack of budget or an unwillingness to deal with complex requirements are the wrong reasons for PCI DSS non-compliance. The availability of cost-effective compliance aids such as the PCI DSS v2.0 Documentation Compliance Toolkit makes the process simpler and quicker whilst ensuring that customers’ data is better protected.
Any business that stores, processes or transmits cardholder data has to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Failure to comply makes organisations subject to additional charges from their bank or heavy fines in the event of a data breach.
Alan Calder, CEO of IT Governance, says, “Complying with the PCI DSS standard is less expensive than non-compliance. With the availability of cheaper alternatives than commissioning a consultant, organisations don’t have an excuse not to comply. By investing a few hundred pounds in a toolkit and appropriate PCI DSS training, companies can achieve and maintain compliance relatively easily.”
The PCI DSS v2.0 Documentation Compliance Toolkit unites the skilled knowledge of a consultant with the freedom to implement PCI policies in an organisation at any time, place and pace, suiting the professionals tasked with achieving compliance.
The PCI DSS v2.0 Documentation Compliance Toolkit combines expert guidance, 12 months of on-hand support and free documentation upgrades. Priced at only £249.95, it is a cost-efficient solution to compliance representing only a fraction of the cost for a day of consultancy.
The PCI DSS v2.0 Documentation Compliance Toolkit can be downloaded immediately online from www.itgovernance.co.uk/shop/p-1015-pci-dss-v20-documentation-compliance-toolkit.aspx.
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