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Enhanced cardholder data security

As the world goes cashless, making sure that card payments are secure is crucial to any entity's consumer experience and brand reputation. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) helps protect cardholder data. It applies to all entities that store, process, or transmit cardholder data, including issuers, merchants and acquirers. It also applies to entities that can impact the security of the cardholder data environment like point-of-sale terminal and software vendors, cloud service providers and data centers.

With UL's deep understanding of cybersecurity assurance and global payment compliance requirements, we can help you implement and integrate PCI DSS within your enterprise's risk management program, ensuring compliance and contributing to your enterprise's cybersecurity resilience.


Want to know more about PCI DSS, other security standards and the intricacies of payment technology?

Free eBook - Securing Digital PaymentsPCI Data Security Standard is separated into two types: card holder data that 'triggers' the PCI DSS requirements to be considered in scope; and Sensitive Authentication Data that may be processed but can never be stored. The definition of these values, the six security objectives and twelve requirements, and more on other PCI standards can be found in our new ebook - 'Securing digital payments'.

Download your free copy today.