PCI

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Are you risking $100,000 a month in fines?

One of the least understood aspects of PCI DSS compliance is that fines for being non-compliant range from $5,000 to $100,000 per month. Additionally, a recent survey showed that 69% of consumers are less inclined to do business with a breached organization. While there is a whole host of reasons why a business should make PCI compliancy a priority, roughly 80% of organizations are still not PCI compliant.

PCI compliance is a set of standards and guidelines for companies to manage and secure credit card related personal data. The major credit card companies – Visa, Mastercard, and American Express – established Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) guidelines in 2006 to protect credit card data from theft and fraud.

Staley Technologies is here to take the stress out of PCI while protecting you and your customers.

80%

of organizations are still not PCI compliant

GoAnywhere.com
(8 Shocking PCI compliance Statistics)

12 General Requirements of PCI:
4 Steps to PCI Compliance

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