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How to Become PCI Compliant and Avoid Unethical PCI Fees The card brands work together to set security standards that ensure credit card data remains safe and out of the hands of fraudsters. Every company that processes, stores or transmits credit card information—issuers, businesses, gateways, processors—must maintain a secure environment. Read on to learn everything you need to know to help you protect data and adhere to PCI DSS standards. We’ve included a handy PCI DSS Compliance Checklist, a detailed explanation of the 12 steps that entail PCI DSS Compliance, and information about how to attest to security practices in your business to validate compliance.READ MORE
Payments—whether by consumers or businesses—are increasingly being made through digital channels. After all, online acceptance streamlines processes, eases demands on staff, and improves the customer experience. While the shift to digital offers a fast and convenient way for customers to pay, it unfortunately increases opportunities for hackers to break into systems and steal valuable card data. That’s why it’s more important than ever for software providers and their end users to employ security technologies that protect systems and networks from handling or storing sensitive payment details captured in online forms. Implementing these solutions also reduces the scope of vulnerable data, which simplifies PCI DSS compliance validation.READ MORE
In the payment processing industry there is a ton of jargon used interchangeably, and sometimes done so incorrectly. As a business owner processing credit cards, it is important you know what these terms mean so you use them correctly if a customer asks.READ MORE
PCI DSS stands for the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. Any business or organization that processes, stores or transmits cardholder data is required to adhere to PCI DSS. The credit card brands (Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Amex) created these security standards to prevent fraud and instate industry-wide standards.READ MORE
Declined transactions are stressful. No cardholder likes being in that position, and it’s a tense situation for business owners who lack answers to rectify the issue.READ MORE
Maintaining compliance, establishing business access controls and taking payments securely at your dealership are top priorities, but these aren’t the only responsibilities you may own as a controller. So, how do you delicately balance and maintain the several tasks you oversee daily in your role?READ MORE