PCI DSS is an acronym for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. It’s a set of worldwide protection standards developed by major payment card companies, and it’s mandatory for businesses that store, process, or transmit payment card data. Guidance is also provided to software, app and device creators that facilitate payment card transactions. It is intended to protect both consumers and businesses.
The consequences for companies that do not meet these requirements can be damaging in many ways. Without being PCI DSS compliant, companies would risk monetary loss, loss of client confidence, and they could incur legal costs, fines and penalties, and even bankruptcy. The PCI requirements, in other words, are not to be taken lightly.
Obviously, if your business is governed by PCI DSS, then compliance is high on your priority list. And guess what? Remote Desktop Manager can help you meet these requirements. Find out how on our blog: