Whether you're a large or small business, if you are a merchant who accepts credit card payments or are a service provider to merchants, your organization is responsible and must protect payment cardholder data through PCI security standards and PCI services.
With security breaches and cybercrimes considered commonplace, adhering to PCI Data Security Standards are critical to keeping your customers’ payment card data safe and secure.
Help protect your business against loss of customers, brand erosion, litigations and huge monetary losses by becoming PCI compliant.
RSI Security will help you get through the compliance process in a efficient and thorough manner, leaving you with the peace of mind that your data is secure and more importantly that your customer's data is secure.
Assess where your organization currently stands with being PCI DSS compliant by completing this checklist. Upon filling out this brief form you will receive the checklist via email.
How fast-growth payments processing startup, Finix, achieved PCI DSS compliance in just four months.
As a growing company on-boarding more enterprise-tier clients, Finix needed a partner that would work with their existing Compliance and Security teams to streamline their PCI DSS efforts, as well as fill in any cybersecurity gaps that could be potentially exploited by hackers.
Today, Finix can assure all of its clients that its white-label payments infrastructure is 100% compliant with PCI DSS v3.2.1. Additionally, the engagement with RSI Security helped Finix strengthen their overall approach to cybersecurity.
“Before engaging with RSI Security, PCI compliance was much more stressful,” says Gurpal Singh, Head of Compliance at Finix. “And in addition to getting PCI compliant, I definitely think we've grown and matured as an organization when it comes to corporate oversight of data security.”
“With RSI Security, we feel like a valued client, not just another name in a book of customers.
"We were looking for an IT partner who was both an ASV and QSA vendor with a long-term view of our organization's growing security needs. We were very pleased with the overall experience. I can sleep a little easier at night."
CEO at Century Club of San Diego / Farmers Insurance Open
"It was clear from RSI's presentation for QSA service that they understood Fattmerchant's approach to PCI compliance. Additionally, RSI provided a very competitive proposal while demonstrating a commitment to excellence with clear documentation and setting of expectations. The experience with RSI was efficient and thorough, allowing Fattmerchant to meet aggressive timelines.
RSI Security is a great QSA for advanced Service Providers that leverage technology such as tokenization. First time PCI Level 1 service providers would also benefit from their knowledge and personalized approach."
Director of Security and Compliance at Fattmerchant
“I was recommended to RSI Security from a fellow financial advisor. Their service was personal, quick, and thorough. I would recommend them to my financial colleagues.”
Owner of a tax preparation company
In addition to helping you achieve PCI DSS compliance, we can ensure that you remain compliant year-round. Cybersecurity compliance isn’t just a one-time affair. Maintaining compliance year-round minimizes the risk of both cyberattacks and regulatory penalties. That’s why it’s important to enlist managed compliance security services on a continuous basis.
What you’ll receive with RSI Security’s Managed Compliance Security Services:
Don’t neglect cybersecurity and compliance for 11 months out of the year. Enlist RSI Security’s Managed Compliance Security Services to ensure consistent compliance.
If a business or merchant’s Common Point of Purchase (CPP) system is breached or compromised by hackers, it’s legally required that any affected consumers or customers be notified. This means that a merchant’s payment or point of purchase system is breached and cardholder account information is stolen.
In the event this takes place, it’s critical that you take rapid action to limit the damage. Merchants are also required to produce an accurate record of events to regulatory bodies or authorities.
CPP notifications are sent to merchants or banks by the payment processors, such as Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. Upon receiving a CPP notification, the merchant and payment processors will have ten days to contain the breach. Typically, cards are canceled and re-issued to consumers. High-risk indicators may also be initiated and applied to customer’s cards that have potentially been affected by the breach.
As a part of our suite of payment and cardholder data security and prevention services, RSI Security can help your business protect your CPP systems from hackers, react swiftly to CPP notices, and handle regulatory and reporting issues quickly and painlessly.
Start taking steps now to ensure your PCI DSS Compliance is up-to-date and avoid costly data-breach-related litigation and damage to business reputation.