01Oct, 2017
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What is ‘PCI DSS’?

PCI DSS is an abbreviation for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. Organisations processing, storing and/or transmitting credit card details must be PCI-DSS compliant. Compliance is achieved by undertaking two tasks depending on your transaction volumes. These tasks could include an annual on-site audit a quarterly vulnerability scan or a self-assessment questionnaire.

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