Any organization that plays a role in processing credit and debit card payments must comply with the strict PCI DSS compliance requirements for the processing, storage and transmission of account data. And, while PCI DSS requirements aren’t new, organizations’ technological environments and the threats that have to be combatted continue to evolve as do PCI DSS guidelines.
Thales can help organizations working with cardholder data achieve compliance with several PCI DSS 3.2.1 requirements, including:
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The PCI DSS standard (www.pcisecuritystandards.org) involves assessment against over 200 tests that fall into 12 general security areas representing six core principles. These PCI DSS tests span a wide variety of common security practices along with technologies such as encryption, key management, and other data protection techniques.
Drawing on decades of experience helping banks and financial institutions comply with industry mandates, Thales offers integrated products and services that enable you to protect stored cardholder data, encrypt it for transfer, and restrict access on a need to know basis. In addition, Thales works closely with partners to offer comprehensive solutions that can reduce the scope of your PCI DSS compliance burden.
Thales offers comprehensive PCI DSS compliance software solutions that help organizations address the six core principles of PCI DSS:
Perhaps the most comprehensive data privacy standard to date, GDPR affects any organisation that processes the personal data of EU citizens - regardless of where the organisation is headquartered.
Any organisation that plays a role in processing credit and debit card payments must comply with the strict PCI DSS compliance requirements for the processing, storage and transmission of account data.
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