PCI DSS (Payment Card Compliance)
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Paying with plastic. It’s great, isn’t it? So quick, so easy, and so secure. Except when it’s not. As a vendor, there are things you need to get right to ensure that credit card and other online payments are secure. If you don’t, you’ll not only lose the trust and loyalty of your customers, you can wind up on the wrong side of banks and credit card companies and, in some places, the law, too.
Being PCI compliant will reduce the risk of liability in the event of fraud, build trust with customers, and prevent fines and account suspensions with banks and other financial providers. The great news is …we can show you how.
What the requirements for PCI compliance are
The benefits of PCI compliance and the impacts of noncompliance
How to complete a security audit of your network
Why your teams need this course
If you’re a merchant that wants to process, store, or transmit credit card data and other payments either online or off, then you need to be PCI compliant. This course will show you the requirements for PCI compliance, compare the benefits of compliance with the consequences of noncompliance, and show you how to complete a security audit of your network.
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