Strengthens controls, manages credit card data, and prevents credit cards frauds

What is PCI-DSS ?

Security of cardholder data certified

The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) is an information security standard. It seeks to improve the security of cardholder data for firms that store, handle, or transfer credit card data. Its major goal is to strengthen controls where cardholder data is stored, processed, or sent to limit cardholder information’s vulnerability and prevent credit card fraud.

Retailers, retail branches of any firm in any industry, online payment services, banks that issue credit cards, and service providers that offer online cloud services for payment processing are among the primary organisations that keep such cardholder environment data.

Our Approach

Our Approach

A focused approach to aid your security dealings

We follow a pragmatic and prioritised approach and adhere to the 12 requirements structure to secure cardholder data stored, processed and/ or transferred by merchants, including other organizations. The process of dealing with your company’s security is continuous and shall involve assessing high-risk targets, remediation and reporting.


This compliance aids in:

Protection from your organisation from hefty penalties.

Minimizing the risk of a data breach.

Stepping stone for other significant data security compliances.

A global security standard trusted by all jurisdictions.

Its robust and comprehensive framework enhances your organisation’s security culture.

Builds trust and reputation amongst potential and existing customers.

Why Us?

A-Z of PCI DSS compliance at your service.

We understand the complexity of the compliance process and the associated difficulties. We take the help of the best tools available and take responsibility for updating and installing them. We also verify the credibility and authenticity of the software employed to smoothen this process for your organisation. Our team puts things in perspective, prioritises security, performs frequent scans and audits, checks encryption protocols, and balances your organisation’s business priorities and infosec budget.