Aasani PCI as a Service (PCIaaS)

With the increased prevalence of online shopping, business owners must remain vigilant in protecting their customer’s payment information. Failure to comply with Payment Card Industry (PCI) guidelines can result not only in fines and loss of processing abilities but also significant damage to trust between customers and businesses alike. Fortunately, there are four key steps that any company accepting credit or debit cards must take towards PCI compliance: establishment & maintenance on a secure network infrastructure; safeguarding cardholder data; developing a vulnerability management program; and implementing access control measures for all personnel/visitors accessing such systems – without these prevalent elements being met, serious consequences may arise from non-compliance.

Aasani Telecom’s PCIaaS platform offers businesses accepting credit card payments a simple solution to achieving and maintaining compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Our partner, Security Metrics, ensures our customers receive industry leading security for their customer data. The advantages are clear: avoid costly non-compliance fees, stay safe from potential data breaches and save time on bank reporting – all in one place! Aasani Telecom is proud to provide its customers with convenient access to critical tools that protect both themselves and their clients’ confidential information.


How Can Aasani Telecom Help with PCIaaS?

Establishing which systems and applications in your organization are subject to PCI DSS is a critical first step. To do this, begin by creating an inventory of all the cardholder data processing solutions utilized within the company for review. Then carefully analyze each one in order to determine if it falls into scope with PCI DSS requirements – that includes anything related to storage transmission or handling of information from credit cards etc.. Our tool can provide you with help quickly identify everything needed for compliance so make sure not miss any key pieces!

The Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) is an important part of any PCI DSS compliance project. The SAQ is a self-paced, online questionnaire that helps to identify where your organization presently falls short of PCI DSS compliance and what steps need to be taken in order to reach full compliance. Depending on the size and nature of your business, you may be required to complete one of four different SAQs. Once you have completed the SAQ, you will have a better understanding of what is needed in order to achieve full PCI compliance. By taking the time to complete the SAQ, you can ensure that your organization is on the right track to achieving full PCI DSS compliance.

At Aasani Telecom, security is our top priority. We understand that data breaches can have a serious impact on businesses, both in terms of reputation and finances. That’s why we offer PCI-approved Vulnerability Scans to our clients. PCI stands for Payment Card Industry, and they are the leading authority on credit card security. The PCI-approved Vulnerability Scan is a comprehensive scan of your systems that looks for any potential vulnerabilities. If any are found, we will provide you with a report containing remediation recommendations. We will also help you understand and organize the results of the scan so that you can make the best decisions for your company’s security. Contact us today to learn more about our PCI-approved Vulnerability Scans.

As a merchant that accepts credit card payments, it is important to ensure that you are PCI compliant. PCI compliance is required by major credit card companies in order to protect customers’ information. In order to validate PCI compliance, you will need to obtain a report from your payment processor. This report will outline what steps you need to take in order to be compliant. You will also need to keep your own records of compliance reports and merchant PCI certificates. Lastly, you will need to provide an Attestation of Compliance in order to confirm that you are indeed PCI compliant. By following these steps, you can ensure that you are meeting the necessary requirements for PCI compliance.