To help our merchants and partners understand more about PCI DSS, we've prepared some questions and answers below, which outline our compliance with PCI DSS.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) Program is a mandated set of security standards that were created by the major credit card companies to offer merchants and service providers a complete, unified approach to safeguarding cardholder data for all card brands.
The standard is made of 12 requirements which are validated by a QSA (Qualified Security Assessor) on a yearly basis.
We know merchants need the security of their transactions as a priority and that's why we're fully compliant with PCI DSS. Compliance is validated yearly by a qualified security assessor who will ensure that all requirements within the standard are met.
Our compliance with the standard is designed to reduce payment card fraud by increasing our control of cardholder data.
Any organisation that processes, transmits or stores cardholder data must comply with PCI DSS. The PCI DSS standard is made of 12 requirements which are related to payment security
The standard assists organisations with determining the minimum requirements to protect cardholder data. Merchants can be comfortable in knowing their data is processed securely.
Depending on the merchant level, merchant PCI DSS compliance can be achieved by an SAQ - Self Assessment Questionnaire, which our team will initiate. Please get in touch with our Support Team or your account manager if you're unsure of the merchant-level requirements.