PCISecurityPolicies.Com warns: without expert help, most organizations won't achieve PCI compliance

The 2014 Verizon PCI report sheds light on the inability of most organizations to implement PCI security compliance. PCI Security Policy Templates and InfoSecure bridge the gap in expertise enabling rapid PCI compliance.
PHOENIX - Feb. 26, 2014 - PRLog -- Verizon’s 2014 PCI report states “the vast majority of organizations are still not sufficiently mature in their ability to implement and maintain a quality, sustainable PCI security compliance program.”  What does this mean for the average merchant trying to achieve PCI compliance?

Without help, the chances of becoming compliant are very low.  Verizon’s report continues as organizations begin to prepare for validation, they will start to realize how significant a step forward DSS 3.0 is.”  PCI DSS 3.0 has over 400 control objectives that merchants and service providers must comply with.

The fact is, PCI DSS is difficult to achieve and under the new 3.0 requirements, it will become increasingly difficult for merchants to achieve compliance.

Fortunately, there is expert help available in the form of InfoSecure’s All-In-One PCI compliance package.

InfoSecure (www.pcisecuritypolicies.com), headed by PCI expert and former payment card processor CISO, Patrick Balboa said, “I have been helping organizations – large and small – across the United States secure their networks from hacker attacks for almost 20 years.  Since 2004, I have focused on credit card security. As a chief security officer for a large credit card processor, I was on the inside of the payment industry. My insider knowledge and expertise has been incorporated into our All-In-One PCI Compliance Package.”

Organizations have through 2014 to become compliant with PCI DSS 3.0,” he said, “the new standard is heavily focused on integrating a business-as-usual approach to credit card security.  Without expert help, most businesses will fail compliance requirements.”

InfoSecure is a complete compliance package that educates, informs, and helps businesses achieve rapid compliance with PCI DSS.  The package includes:

A complete PCI security policy template.  In fact, over 72-pages of professionally written, best of breed, information security policies.  The policies also include all PCI procedures and any necessary forms to enable rapid PCI compliance.  PCI experts created these security templates for rapid implementation in any merchant environment and any SAQ type.

PCI document matrix.  The document matrix (http://www.pcisecuritypolicies.com/reasons) enumerates each of the 400 PCI DSS requirements, testing procedures, and the exact policy, procedure, and form that satisfy compliance.

InfoSecure’s Quick Start Guide.  The guide takes you through, step-by-step, the requirements to customize and implement InfoSecure’s comprehensive policies, procedures, and forms.

Security awareness training program.  The program meets all of the PCI requirements and includes a self-awarded certificate upon meeting all of the training goals.  Included is a 16-minute training video, PowerPoint presentation, training certificate template, and test.

60-days of unlimited email support.  You’ll get personal guidance from a PCI certified professional (PCIP) for 60-days from your date of purchase.

The goal of this program is to help organizations become rapidly compliant with PCI DSS, including the much more rigorous PCI DSS 3.0 standard.

The result is that organizations will save hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars with this simple to use program, thanks to this PCI information security policy and procedure documents.  Get PCI compliant today!

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