Best Place to do PCI Compliance for your server

PCSDSI Compliance Security Services

Many of us maintain large numbers of (supposedly secure) personal online profiles that afford us a convenient way to deal with recurring monthly or annual payments. For achieving this we need to setup PCI Compliance for the server in order to store customer card details. The one who do not comply with PCS DSS and involved in credit card breach will face the fines. Our Dhiyam PCI Compliance services team will help you to achieve it.

Payment Card Processing companies like financial institutions, credit card companies and merchants must comply with these standards if they want to accept credit cards. Our main aim to help organizations pro-actively protects customer account data to setup PCI Compliance Server.

PCI DSS Standards

Originally created by Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express in 2004, the PCI DSS has evolved over the years to ensure that online sellers have the systems and processes in place to prevent a data breach.

The most recent version is PCI DSS 3.2. Version 3.2 was introduced in April 2016 and officially replaced version 3.1 on February 1, 2018 as the standard all companies must follow.

The PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) defines a series of specific Data Security Standards (DSS) that are relevant to all merchants, regardless of revenue and credit card transaction volumes.

Ecommerce PCI Compliance

PCI compliance is required if you host and manage own e-commerce business. Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) for customers fall into four levels to keep credit card information secure by maintaining a secure server.

Achieving PCI Compliance with Dhiyam

The main issue in reaching compliance begins when an organization does not have experienced enough internal IT/IS departments and can unfortunately discover that their internal hosting environment is wildly insecure and susceptible to outside intrusion. We help to achieve PCI compliance begins in the same place.

There are three steps in the journey to adhering to the PCI DSS and becoming compliant:

Assess

We perform full server audit to identify the cardholder data you are responsible and we take an inventory of your IT assets and business processes for payment card processing and analyze them for vulnerabilities that could expose sensitive cardholder data.

Remediate

We take necessary steps to fix the vulnerabilities that we discovered in priority sequence. Many organizations store cardholder data within their own ecommerce platforms after taking a one-off guest checkout order with no intention of using the information again. Wherever and whenever cardholder data can be stored by an external qualified body instead of your own organization is ideal, because nothing will help reach immediate PCI compliance more quickly than not storing or transmitting cardholder data at all.

Report

Compile and submit required remediation validation records to the customer.We can work with you to ensure your server is secured. We will even work with your shared hosting customers to ensure account-specific requirements are being met as well.