PCI DSS 4.0 – Understanding The Changes

Join Phil Brining as he shares details on the updated version of the PCI DSS.

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PCI DSS 4.0 Understanding the changes

Join us on the 16th of September for a discussion on the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard or PCI DSS for short, the PCI DSS applies to any organisation that stores, processes, and/or transmits cardholder data. If you are a merchant who deals with payment details you must comply with the PCI DSS.

In 2022, PCI DSS is more important than ever, failure to comply can result in massive fines but what people should be more concerned about is the potential damage to their reputation. If you are not handling individuals’ data with care and respect you will ultimately lose the trust of the general public and put your organisation in a risky position where you may lose business.

To conduct a PCI assessment you must be a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA), shockingly, there are only 63 registered QSAs in the UK, and we’re lucky that our Founder and Managing Director, Phil Brining is one of them. The reason for these individuals being so rare is because it costs £18,000 a year to register your organisation as a QSA, not just that, it also costs £3,000 extra for each consultant, every one of which has to complete an assessment to make sure they are a fully competent QSA.

PCI DSS 4.0 is the next generation of the standard, after requalifying as a QSA and extensive research on the updated version of the standard our founder Phil Brining wanted to host a webinar to share insights and details on the changes. If your organisation processes card payments, you don’t want to miss this session, we will tell you everything you need to know about the PCI to assure your business is compliant with the GDPR.

If you would like to join us live on this episode of the Data Protection Made Easy Podcast reach out to Rob Wilkinson ([email protected]) or complete the sign-up form below.

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