It is a mandatory compliance which all organization that either transmit, process or store cardholder data and can impact the security of cardholder data.
What is PCI DSS and why one need it?
PCI DSS is a set of logical, physical, and procedural controls for credit and debit card acceptance organisations. Any organisation that stores, processes, or transmits cardholder data must adhere to PCI DSS, which requires all organisations to comply with PCI DSS version 4.0 by March 30, 2024.
The PCI Data Security Standards help protect the safety of that data. They set the operational and technical requirements for organizations accepting or processing payment transactions, and for software developers and manufacturers of applications and devices used in those transactions.
Maintaining payment security is serious business. It is vital that every entity responsible for the security of cardholder data diligently follows the PCI Data Security Standards.
To get documentation of the latest version :- https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/document_library
PCI DSS Requirements In A Nutshell
Stages of PCI DSS certification
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Other Services necessary for PCI DSS Certification
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Frequently Asked Questions
What cardholder data is protected?
PCI DSS applies to all organizations that store, process and transmit cardholder data (CHD) and/or sensitive authentication data (SAD).
Cardholder data includes Primary Account Number, Cardholder Name, expiration date and service code and Sensitive authentication data includes full track data (magnetic stripe data or equivalent on a chip) and CAV, CVC, CVV and CID numbers, PINS and PIN blocks.
Can cardholder data be stored?
Sensitive data on the magnetic stripe or chip must never be stored. Only the PAN, expiration date, service code, or cardholder name may be stored.
How long can you store cardholder data?
Cardholder data should only be kept for as long as necessary to meet legal, regulatory, or business requirements.
What is in scope for PCI DSS?
Systems that store, process or transmit cardholder data (CHD) or sensitive authentication data (SAD) are in the scope of PCI DSS.