PCI Compliance Solutions

We protect companies' sensitive data through our expert PCI compliance solutions.

PCI Compliance Solutions

Are you running a business that accepts card payments? We’ll help secure your business.

What are the 12 requirements of PCI DSS?

  1. Install and maintain a firewall configuration to protect cardholder data.
  2. Do not use vendor-supplied defaults for system passwords and other security parameters.
  3. Protect stored cardholder data.
  4. Encrypt transmission of cardholder data across open, public networks.
  5. Use and regularly update anti-virus software or programs.
  6. Develop and maintain secure systems and applications.
  7. Restrict access to cardholder data by businesses need to know.
  8. Assign a unique ID to each person with computer access.
  9. Restrict physical access to cardholder data.
  10. Track and monitor all access to network resources and cardholder data.
  11. Regularly test security systems and processes.
  12. Maintain a policy that addresses information security for all personnel.

Achieving and maintaining PCI DSS Compliance

Customers. Service. Trust. Security.

These are the pillars of a thriving business. If you reduce security, you may find yourself without clients and a company.

Every firm that accepts card payments from five leading card brands must be PCI DSS compliant.

Fast Fixx provides you with the technological building blocks and coaching you need to become PCI compliant — and stay that way. We’ll guide you in staying up to date on current rules, protecting your customer data, and planning for the future of digital threats.

Determine the Cardholder Data Environment (CDE) Scope

The first step in becoming PCI compliant is to scope your environment. The Cardholder Data Environment (CDE) scope specifies how the IT environment must implement all PCI DSS controls.

Errors in scoping can have significant repercussions and waste money. Our PCI experts will identify the scope of your CDE to guarantee that you fulfill all security and compliance requirements.

The question is, how does your company determine whether an asset is in scope?

Your PCI DSS audit must include any person, process, or technology that stores, processes, or transmits cardholder data.

How Do You Define PCI DSS Scope?

According to the PCI Security Standards Council’s standards, the following are within the scope:

Any device that provides security and authentication solutions, such as a firewall, router, or server

IT asset or system with connectivity into the CDE, whether physical, wireless or virtualized

Any IT asset that transports cardholder data or is involved in the cardholder data flow

Gray regions can often present issues for enterprises when determining whether an asset is in or out of the CDE ecosystem.

Ask yourself if the asset stores, processes, or transmits cardholder data when in doubt. Is the asset connected to the CDE, and does it provide security services?

Ensure all security requirements are met

To maintain proper payment security, you must have a firewall set up that protects cardholder data, as well as a way for securely storing it.

Network segmentation helps enterprises tremendously minimize the PCI scope.

Using network segmentation helps your organization decrease its PCI scope. This lowers costs, reduces time and effort to achieve compliance.

Fast Fixx will collaborate with your team to verify that your network is appropriately segregated and data is encrypted. This will apply to every place where cardholder data moves.

PCI Compliance — Plan Highlights

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Scan for Vulnerabilities and Risk Assessment

Once you have set your PCI DSS Scope, we must determine what internal and external threats your company faces – and how it is prepared to deal with them.

Our professionals conduct a risk assessment and identify your weak areas using a vulnerability scan. Our cybersecurity experts build a plan to address them adequately.

As a PCI-compliant service provider, we can safeguard your most sensitive data.

We perform security checks and scans regularly.

Data security is not a one-time event.

We will search for new vulnerabilities, cyber threats, and areas where changes may improve your IT infrastructure. We can detect possible errors before they become significant flaws.

Train Your Employees

According to The Wall Street Journal, employees and corporate partners may be liable for up to 60% of data breaches.

That’s why we don’t only restore your systems; we also educate your employees.

We customize PCI awareness training sessions. Every individual learns to be mindful of security best practices and adopt smarter habits.

Keep Extensive Records

The simplest method to keep your PCI processes clear is to document everything.

Employees should document changes to organizational security, training methods, and new initiatives.

We’ll assist you with this documentation procedure. We’ll check your information regularly to ensure you don’t get audited.