Every time customers give you payment information, they trust you to protect their card data. Your reputation – and ultimately your bottom line – depends on keeping that trust.
Let us help you protect your business and customers against fraud. Learn more about achieving and maintaining PCI DSS compliance and the additional solutions we offer designed to help your business avoid a costly data breach.
Once you’re set up, it’s time to address something that makes all businesses especially vulnerable: card data security. It’s such a major issue that the card networks require all businesses that accept payment cards to be compliant according to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).
To make it easy for you to validate, report and maintain your PCI compliance, we offer you the PCI Compliance Manager, an online portal that takes you step-by-step through the process. You can use the form on this page to sign up and begin validation.
Remember, you’re eligible for up to $20,000 of financial reimbursement assistance per Customer ID number.
General and updated PCI DSS information is located at the PCI Security Standards Council website: www.pcisecuritystandards.org.
The PCI Compliance Toolkit is a set of resources and reference materials designed to simplify the PCI DSS compliance process. The full toolkit includes information you need to know about achieving and maintaining compliance. The PCI Compliance Toolkit is made up of:
- Toolkit Overview
- Equipment Inventory List
- Monthly PCI DSS Checklist
- POS Evaluation Form
- Sample Network Diagrams
- PCI Terminal Checklist
- Financial Reimbursement Program
- Managing a Data Compromise
- Attestation of Compliance
- PCI Infographic
- Common Payment Systems
- Guide to Safe Payments
- Glossary of Payment and Information Security Terms
- Questions to Ask Your Vendors
Accepting chip cards through a chip-enabled terminal allows you to protect your business from card present fraud liability. Businesses that process counterfeit cards on magnetic stripe-only (non-chip enabled) terminals can be held responsible for costs associated with fraud.
But don’t worry! If you received a new point of sale terminal from us after the start of 2015, you are likely covered. Learn more about the liability shift here.
Being PCI DSS compliant is one of many ways to keep your customers’ card data secure. For more information about how you can protect payment information – and get back to running your business -- click here.