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PCI DSS Compliance

Simplify compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)

If you operate a point-of-sale system or accept payment cards of any kind, you must comply with PCI DSS. Accelerate compliance and protect cardholder data with our GRC and Security Assurance Cloud. 

PCI DSS Compliance

Build consumer trust and streamline PCI DSS compliance

Our IT and security risk management solution operationalizes PCI DSS requirements, so you can better secure your consumers’ data and focus on what you do best. 

Understand the policies and security controls you need to protect credit card transactions and avoid data breaches. The operations dashboard lets you track and manage the full PCI DSS compliance lifecycle. 

Certification Automation feature that displays the results from a readiness project survey that include several regulatory requirements and industry frameworks.

Streamline self-assessment questionnaires (SAQ) and vulnerability scans with automation using our intelligent and interactive PCI compliance checklist manager so you can accelerate compliance and minimize cost. 

Graphs and assessment test results that help guide managers on which controls they should implement.

Once you’ve tracked evidence collection and completed all controls, you can share evidence, track the project, and collaborate with an auditor directly within the platform. Use your own auditor or lean on one of our auditor partners. 

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Explore answers to frequently asked PCI DSS questions. 

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS” is a Payment Card Security Standard (“PCI”) published by the PCI Security Standards Council (“PCI SSC”), an independent body created by the major credit card brands (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and JCB International). It provides security requirements for the entire card industry, from card reader manufacturing to e-commerce. 

The PCI DSS applies to any service provider that stores, processes, or transmits cardholder data, regardless of the size or number of transactions. Companies can validate their compliance through qualified security assessors (“QSA“).  

These are the six major PCI DSS compliance goals: 


  • Build and maintain a secure network and system 
  • Protect cardholder data 
  • Maintain a vulnerability management program 
  • Implement strong access control measures 
  • Regularly monitor and test networks 
  • Maintain an information security policy 


In addition, these are divided into 12 sub-requirements, such as maintaining a firewall, restricting access to sensitive data, and encrypting data transmission. 

Our GRC and Security Assurance Cloud streamlines the compliance lifecycle by operationalizing the PCI requirements. Leverage pre-built PCI DSS compliant policies and controls, collaborate with your auditors, and track your compliance journey in a single operational dashboard. 

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