Founded by information security veteran, Patrick Bass, InfoSecurePCI is the leading provider of PCI DSS compliance templates. “One of the things that sets us apart from the competition is that I have personally created these documents for use by non-experts. With my twenty years of experience, of which the last 10 are focused solely on credit card security, I know first hand what is required to ensure security and compliance of payment data”, said Patrick Bass, author and security researcher.
Bass is a former Chief Information Security Officer for a large credit card processor in Phoenix Arizona, a PCI certified qualified security auditor (QSA), and current PCI Professional. He holds over 25 technical certifications, is an adjunct professor teaching graduate students information security, and a doctoral candidate focused on business and information security.
“I think that one of the things that is sorely lacking with many security consultants is a personal touch. That is why I answer each-and-every customer email and support ticket. My customers also get a direct line to me; if I can’t answer the call immediately, I call back the same day. Every client is important to me and I take a personal interest in the implementation of my policy documents. That’s one of the reasons that I provide 60 days of unlimited support to every client and offer an unprecedented money back guarantee”, said Patrick Bass. “If you aren’t happy, I’m not happy…and that’s not happening,” exclaimed Bass.
InfoSecurePCI maintains strict confidentiality of its extensive customer list, which is literally a whose-who of some of the world’s leading companies. Now, smaller organizations can take advantage of the same documents and world-class service larger organizations already enjoy.
Most organizations only require the SAQ-C package, just $99. If, however, the merchant stores credit card numbers, it’s important to order the SAQ-D package, which is competitively priced at $199.
Bass said, “We recently partnered with an alternative processor because we became aware that not everyone likes using PayPal. So while PayPal is still an option, we are also offering traditional credit card processing. This is based on some customer feedback I received a few weeks ago. I take that sort of thing to heart. I listen to my customers and more importantly, I act on what I hear.”
For more information or to purchase the policy package, visit http://www.pcisecuritypolicies.com