PCI Compliant Credit Card Terminal Scanning
Hundreds of millions are stolen every year by hackers but the stolen money isn’t the worst part of it. Customers will avoid even their favorite stores if they feel unsafe. Lawsuits, bankruptcy, and an unrepairable reputation are just a few things that can happen when your security is threatened. Protect your business from security breach, fraud, theft, and a tarnished reputation with Point Of Sale PCI Compliant Scanning. It’s a simple and affordable way to protect credit card data from hackers. All we need is your IP Address. (What is my IP Address?)
Do I need to be PCI compliant? Yes. PCI compliance is required for all merchants, companies or institutions, that accept, transmit, or store credit card information for the purpose of commercial transactions, regardless of the size of the company or the number of transactions.
How do I become PCI compliant? It’s surprisingly easy to protect all of your hard work. Have your Credit Card Machine scanned at least every quarter. Then when it passes the PCI scan, you’ll need to complete a Self Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) and forward it to your merchant bank or acquirer. Three quick steps and you’re set!
PCI POS Terminal ScanHow can PCI Security Scans protect my POS Terminal and my Company? When we run a PCI scan on your terminal we check for thousands of vulnerabilities. We scan your web applications and networks remotely and non-intrusively based on the IP address you provide us. Our scans look for threats to the operating system, services and utilities used for financial or other sensitive transactions. Our PCI compliant scan is performed with an advanced scanning engine that generates a detailed report listing any server and network vulnerabilities. Then you can quickly resolve any security risks to maintain and protect your system from Hackers, Trojans and Worms.
What is PCI DSS? The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards have been put in place to ensure that merchants who process, transmit and store sensitive credit and debit card information create and maintain secure environments. These regulations are directed and supervised by the Security Standards Council, an independent organization created by major credit and debit card brands, including MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express. The merchant has the responsibility to regularly maintain security measures by scanning routinely for vulnerabilities, threats, failures and security risks.