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Failure to comply results in hefty fines or even being banned from taking credit card transactions. Every business, no matter how small, is required to comply with all 12 PCI requirements. ServerMania’s PCI-compliant hosting solutions empower businesses to build PCI-compliant services and applications. Our data centers and networks are engineered for compliance. They are the trusted foundation on which thousands of businesses build PCI-compliant ecommerce stores and applications.
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Building a PCI-compliant hosting solution in-house consumes time and resources that should be used to
develop and grow your ecommerce store or web application.
Our PCI-compliant hosting solution takes care of physical security, network security, and aspects of server security. Businesses can build PCI-compliant services on our hosting platform, secure in the knowledge that your ServerMania data center is engineered to comply with PCI DSS security goals and standards.
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If your business takes credit card payments, its infrastructure and software must comply with the PCI DSS. Compliance is mandatory, even if your organization uses a third-party payment processor.
Organizations that take credit card payments without complying can be banned from accepting payments or issued monthly fines until they comply.READ THE BLOG
The PCI DSS comprises six security goals with 12 requirements in total:
To comply with the PCI DSS, your business’s infrastructure, networks, processes, and software must comply with the goals and standards of the credit card industry. Additionally, businesses must be able to prove that they are compliant.
For most businesses, that means completing a Self-Assessment Questionnaire, which includes an Attestation of Compliance. Larger companies—those that process more than 6 million transactions a year—must complete a third-party audit with a qualified security assessor (QSA).
Merchants are divided into levels according to how many credit card transactions they process each year.
Although these criteria are accurate, individual credit card company may apply alternative criteria that affect a merchant’s level, so be sure to look into the rules that apply to your business.
A merchant’s level determines the actions they must take to demonstrate compliance. Level 2,3, 4 merchants should complete an Annual Self-Assessment Questionnaire and a quarterly network scan by an Approved Scan Vendor (ASV). Level 1 merchants are required to undergo an Annual Report on Compliance (ROC) by a Qualified Security Advisor (QSA).