Best Practices Tip Sheet

Protecting Cardholder Data

Managing Human Risk to Achieve PCI DSS Compliance

Credit and debit cards have become the primary way people make purchases. These cards are incredibly convenient, allowing people to make large purchases almost anywhere in the world. However, payment cards also have risks. Many cyber-criminals have moved beyond targeting individuals, and instead focus their attacks on organizations that store, process, or transfer cardholder data.

It is with this in mind that the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) was created. While the regulations can seem complex, preparing your organization for compliance doesn’t need to be when you commit to building a strong security culture and have identified an effective role-based training plan to support it.

Get our top tips to kickstart your compliance efforts and discover:

  • Why the standard was created and who it serves
  • Which organizations are required to be compliant
  • Differences between the technical controls and human controls required
  • How to maintain compliance with turnkey security awareness training

Download our tip sheet to learn more about the PCI Data Security Standard and how you can achieve and maintain compliance while mitigating the human factor.

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