Consulting, Assessment and Certification
Payment Card Industry - Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)

 

The credit card industry is one of the most important in today's world, moving millions of dollars daily. With a financial volume of this magnitude, it is to be expected that it is a target for fraud and theft. 

 

In order to reduce this risk, in 2006 the "Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council" was created, a council involving the biggest cardboard flags in the world where the "Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)" was defined, with the rules that companies that process, transmit or store credit card information. 

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Thinking about our customers' safety and compliance with PCI-DSS requirements, AuditSafe has a strong Quality Assurance process approved by the PCI Council and is also the founding member, participant of this process and also certified as Qualified Security Advisor (QSA).

 

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Our Services

 

 

AuditSafe, as a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA), has a highly specialized team to assist your company in obtaining PCI-DSS certification through the following services:


• Assistance in defining the scope of the PCI;
 

• Identification of GAPs;
 

• Continuous compliance management;
 

• Management of technological and non-technological vulnerabilities;
 

• Event monitoring;
 

• External and internal Invasion tests with PCI methodology;
 

• Development of internal policies;
 

• Analysis of the official pre-evaluation environment;
 

• Assessment and certification of the environment in PCI DSS.

 

All companies that process more than 6 million transactions / year, as well as service providers, must undergo a QSA evaluation.

 

Regardless of the size of your business, AuditSafe offers you personalized and appropriate services.

Which companies can we help?

 

One of the most commonly used fraud techniques on the Internet, phishing scams send messages (usually on behalf of established brands) to redirect the user to a fake site. There, he is induced to reveal personal data such as bank passwords and credit card numbers.

 

≈ Banks.

 

≈ Processors.

 

≈ Payment service providers.

 

≈ Travel agencies and airlines.

 

≈ E-commerce stores.

 

      ≈ among other financial institutions and means of payment.

 

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