PCI Procedures explain exactly how you maintain card processing operations. They should be seen as an incredibly important resource for anyone using or maintaining your card processing network.
PCI Procedure Documents are very important assets. These documents contains all the step by step guidance and know-how for people developing, maintaining and using your payment card operations. PCI Procedure Documents contain a wealth of sample procedures that clearly reference PCI Procedures. Essential for understanding what needs to be done to get and stay PCI compliant.
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About the Procedures
Well written, instructive PCI Procedures Documents can make all the difference when getting and staying PCI compliant. They are essential when instructing people to perform compliant tasks in the right way – at the right time. Ensuring you adopt a consistent approach when administering your cardholder data environment.
Experience has demonstrated that PCI Procedure Documents are often overlooked by organisations. Companies often rely on simple policy statements to act as the blueprint on how their payment card operations are maintained.
Too often, key people leave an organisation only to take that valuable knowledge with them.
As with our Pack’s PCI Policies, you will find it easy and straightforward to document how payment channels are maintained. The Pack’s structure makes creating and editing documentation really straight forward. It will guide and help you to develop procedures that link with Policy documents.
Providing you with a complete picture for the maintenance and development of your card processing environment.
Anti Virus & Malicious Software Procedure
This document details the measures that must be taken by employees to help achieve effective virus detection and prevention. Viruses can be transmitted via e-mail or instant messaging attachments, downloadable internet files, and removable media. A virus infection can be very costly in terms of lost data, lost staff productivity and / or lost reputation.