PCI DSS certification (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard), owned by Comarch means that the data transaction used in cards payment, such as data cards and PIN numbers, are encrypted, transmitted and stored in compliance with strict procedures and the best security standards. The major purpose of PCI DSS certification is to prevent sensitive data leaks, as well as minimizing the risk of hacking into systems and crimes related to this. Supervise the implementation of the PCI DSS holds a non-governmental organization PCI SSC (Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council). Its task is to define the PCI DSS standards, certification of companies and auditors that are responsible for the audit of compliance and unification of verification process.
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