Compliance and certification

How to meet the latest requirements and standards in the financial industry?

If your company handles transactions with debit or credit cards, then you know that you should protect sensitive payment information, that is considered high-risk. If you fail to do so and your security is compromised, then you will likely get in big trouble. Fines are just the tip of the iceberg in these cases – you will also be facing reputation damages and potential lawsuits from customers. 

With that being said, you have to know that when you implement the various number of controls required to achieve compliance with the latest Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) can place a strain on your business.

We at WiserSec are a leading provider of managed security and assessment services and you can rely on us to help you with understanding and implementing the requirements of the technical and operational control to fulfill the PCI DSS standard.

PCI DSS - What is that?

The PCI DSS is referred to as the minimum set of technical and organisational requirements developed to assist businesses in the important task of protecting cardholders’ payment data through robust payment security against any fraudulent attempts of stealing it.

All companies that handle payment transactions from credit cards have the mandatory obligation to go through an early PCI DSS audit of security controls and processes. It covers several areas of data security like (but not limited to): retention, encryption, physical security, authentication, and access management.

PCI DSS is enforced by the members that founded the PCI Council: American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB, MasterCard, and Visa Inc. The organisations that fail the required payment security standards and those who are not aiming at achieving compliance, are liable to be fined severely.


PCI DSS - range and application

If your organisation stores, processes, and transmits cardholder data (CHD) and/or sensitive authentication data (SAD) then the PCI DSS applies to you.

Examples of such types of businesses are merchants, processors, acquirers, issuers, and service providers. Any entities that have decided to outsource payment operations to third parties have the responsibility for ensuring that all processed account data is suitably protected.

What are the benefits of our services?

Our team has expert knowledge in the area of PCI DSS compliance. It has enabled our company to support several organisations in achieving the highest security level possible according to the regulatory standards for the past 7 years. 

Our partnership and joint work with already proven PCI DSS auditing entities give to the customer end-to-end compliance preparation.


Tailor-made service

with the flexibility in response time for the needs of the client;

Stellar track-record and methodology

Stellar track-record and methodology for security checking, analyses, and reporting;


Economic efficiency and resource optimization


Combination of independent knowledgable experts who research, analyze and understand hackers’ behavior.

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