PCI Policy Documents
Policies are very important for PCI compliance. The PCI DSS needs to see documentation for each of its 12 sections originating from Requirement 12.1 which states “Establish, publish, maintain, and disseminate a security policy”.
Policies must clearly state the tasks and responsibilities your company has when handling payment card data. Our pack contains all policy and procedure requirements for PCI.
Our PCI Policy Documents are easily customised to support your particular business arrangements. You will also have a full cross reference document to ensure you see which policy applies to which PCI requirement. This makes easy work of understanding where and how you are PCI compliant. It could not be easier.
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About PCI Policies
Often, customers seek us out when they really get to grips with the PCI standard. They have downloaded their compliance materials and started to address the many requirements that the standard expects.
Very quickly, they start to realise that PCI needs to see written documentation that states how payment card operations actually work. To begin with, it needs clear statements on what tasks and responsibilities a company has when dealing with payment card data.
Companies can take payments using many channels. These channels might include Ecommerce or Mail Ordering. The greater the number of channels, the greater the responsibility for handling payment card data. When you consider that the twelve sections of PCI need informed statements on all aspects of card processing, written policies on control and operation can soon stack up.
This is where our PCI Policy Pack can offer real value. It is easy and straightforward to document payment channels. Our Pack has a neatly engineered structure that makes adding and modifying documentation straight forward.
It delivers what the PCI Standard expects. Allowing you to rapidly locate the right policy information to help you support secure payment card processing.
Details the security strategy in relation to the storage, processing and transmission of credit card data. Its aim is to provide a detailed understanding of Information Security responsibilities for all levels of staff, contractors, partners and third parties that access the credit card processing network.