Compliance with the PCI DSS Guidelines

What are the PCI DSS Guidelines?

The first set of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) regulations were created by a council of representatives from all major credit/debit card brands – Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and the Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) and released in December 2001. The standard evolved as a proprietary information security standard for organizations that handled cardholder information for the major debit, credit, prepaid, e-purse, ATM, and POS cards and was designed as a well-rounded approach to curtailing card fraud and protecting card-related personally identifiable information (PII).
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Why Data-Centric Security for PCI DSS Compliance?

To protect data, organizations must keep data confidential, maintain its integrity, and ensure it remains accessible and secure during transfer. PCI DSS ensures the safe handling of cardholder data by organizations that store, process, or transmit payment card information. It requires that organizations encrypt data both in transit and at rest and track who accesses it and why.

Data-centric security can help organizations achieve and maintain PCI DSS compliance by enforcing granular access controls for handling data.

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Achieve Compliance with the PCI DSS Guidelines Using Seclore

PCI DSS compliance is critical for businesses dealing with card payments. It involves complex steps like data encryption and access control. Many opt for third-party vendors to simplify compliance, but this can relinquish some control. Seclore helps organizations ensure compliance with PCI DSS by leveraging a comprehensive data-centric security approach.

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Financial services firms like banks and asset managers must protect customer data to comply with regulations. This ebook covers data security, compliance, and regulations in this industry, with a focus on securing the data itself. It offers practical guidance for implementing data-centric security strategies, safeguarding sensitive data, managing risks, and key roles and responsibilities in risk management.

Achieve Compliance with the PCI DSS Guidelines