PCI DSS Compliance Audit FAQs
The PCI DSS requirements exist to protect customers that purchase goods or services online. A business that complies with the PCI DSS requirements can guarantee their customers a safe transaction, by protecting their stored cardholder data from malicious cybercriminals.
An organisation that is compliant with PCI DSS requirements provides their customers with peace of mind that money they spend at your business will not be compromised, as well as benefit your organisation and its stakeholders by avoiding the financial and reputational loss that results from a cyberattack of your stored cardholder data.
Utilising a highly skilled and CREST-accredited external provider, such as Gridware, provides your organisation with an unbiased audit that assesses any findings of non compliance, and provides you and your stakeholders with tailored, easy-to-understand remediation activities. Partnering with Gridware will guarantee that your organisation will not only uphold PCI DSS requirements to the highest standard but will also protect your network and applications from present and future vulnerabilities.
Typically, a PCI DSS Compliance Audit is completed within 1-3 months, depending on the size of the company and complexity of the tasks needed.