Make sure that your customers’ sensitive data is adequately protected during payment processing. Misuse of data can result in fines, legal proceedings, and a damaged reputation. Unzer can help you comply with the PCI regulations. Check your PCI compliance status now!
Your customers’ credit card data is under seamless protection against theft. Identity crime is prevented.
You don’t have to worry about fines, legal costs, or claims due to data breaches.
The PCI DSS seal shows your customers how important the security of their data is to you, creating more trust.
As a merchant, you are required to provide regular proof of compliance with the PCI DSS security standard. As a payment service provider, we’re also required to ensure that the merchants we process payments for are PCI compliant. Our compliance check is there to help you determine your PCI compliance status. Here’s how it works:
We'll send you a personal link so you can register at https://pci.unzer.com. Fill out the registration form with your company information. We need this information to provide you with the self-assessment questionnaire that’s right for you.
The questionnaire will help you figure out what requirements you still need to meet to become PCI compliant. If you have any questions while filling out the questionnaire, our experts at the PCI DSS Competence Center are happy to help!
Based on the information you provide in the self-assessment questionnaire, we will determine your compliance status. We’ll let you know if there are any requirements you still have to fulfill in order to become PCI compliant.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is the payment card industry’s security standard. Its strict specifications are intended to protect cardholder data – all major credit card schemes, including Visa, MasterCard, and American Express, have aligned with the standard. It is legally binding for all companies that carry out card-based payment transactions and store, transfer, or process cardholder data.To be considered PCI DSS compliant, you must prove that you meet the standard’s security requirements.
The specific requirements that your business must meet will depend on several factors, including your number of annual transactions, distribution channels, company size, and risk potential.