Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) regulates any business that collects or processes cardholder data. The overall objective of PCI compliance is to propagate data protection techniques and mitigate the risk of credit and debit card fraud, and to ensure the security and privacy of financial and personal information.
Failure to meet PCI DSS requirements may lead to substantial penalties and fines, suspension of credit card acceptance by a merchant’s credit card account provider, possible civil litigation from breached customers and other opportunity costs due to brand/reputation damage.
PCI has set six goals with twelve steps in Data Security Standard for its Merchants & Processors category. Further more, it has strict compliance validation and reporting requirements that involves verification and confirmation that the recommended security controls and procedures are in place and properly followed.
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