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PCI Compliance Services

Source: Dell Inc.

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Dell SecureWorks offers a full suite of consulting and remediation solutions to help organizations address the demands and challenges of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) compliance. Dell SecureWorks is also an Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV) and Qualified Security Assessor (QSA).

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Achieving PCI Compliance With Dell SecureWorks' Security Services

Dell SecureWorks offers a full suite of consulting and remediation solutions to help organizations address the demands and challenges of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) compliance. Dell SecureWorks is also an Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV) and Qualified Security Assessor (QSA).

PCI DSS requires any organization that accepts, acquires, transmits, processes, or stores data that contains payment card information to protect the privacy and confidentiality of the data. In addition to retailers, this standard impacts financial institutions, hospitals, cafes and restaurants, hotels and payment service providers, among many others.

Several trends have accelerated the need for compliance in recent years:

  • Card issuers are enforcing PCI compliance for merchants of all levels - While card issuing companies have been actively enforcing compliance for Level 1 merchants the past few years, they are now enforcing compliance for Level 2 - 4 merchants as well. Merchants that are non-compliant can face substantial fines and the threat of having payment card privileges revoked. With an estimated 1.5 billion payment cards in use just in the US, this is a major concern. Compliance does not equal security, so merchants continue to experience data breaches - Data breaches at organizations of all types and sizes continue to make headline news. Recent breaches include well-known retailers and banks, as well as hospitals and healthcare facilities. Companies that suffer breaches may spend millions of dollars in fines and remediation costs, lose customer trust and suffer long-term damage to their brands. In addition, any PCI breach is now a HIPAA violation as well.
  • Beyond Compliance: Building a Comprehensive Security Program Many organizations are realizing that a strong security policy can give them a competitive advantage, and that it isn't just an expense. By going beyond the minimum requirements and focusing on a broader security program, they can not only respond to and mitigate potential data breaches and attacks, but also serve customers more efficiently and improve their bottom line.

This maps well to Dell SecureWorks philosophy, too. We advocate a "security approach to compliance" instead of a "compliance approach to security," because it's critical to have a strategy that's scalable, sustainable, and is backed by a culture that values security throughout the organization. This can help reduce the risk of breach and damage to your brand reputation, and help you manage your costs and resources.

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Dell Retail Solutions Brochure
Achieving PCI Compliance With Dell SecureWorks' Security Services

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