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Which PCI DSS SAQ do I use?

If you’re looking to use a PCI DSS SAQ, this should mean you’re eligible to assess your PCI DSS compliance using a Self Assessment Questionnaire. Can I use a PCI SAQ? Eligibility for this is determined by the card brands themselves, rather than the PCI Security Standards Council. This is ultimately determined by what level…

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Where can I download a PCI AOC template?

The PCI Security Standards Council makes copies of the Attestation of Compliance (AOC) reporting templates for download as both PDFs and as editable Microsoft Word DOCX documents in their Document Library. Which AOC template you will use depends on the type of assessment you’re going through. If it’s an Onsite Assessment, you’ll be using an onsite AOC. If…

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Where can I download a PCI DSS ROC template?

The PCI Security Standards Council makes copies of the Report of Compliance (ROC) reporting template available to download as a PDF in their Document Library. The direct link to download the version 3.2.1 ROC reporting template is: https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/documents/PCI-DSS-v3_2_1-ROC-Reporting-Template.pdf If you would prefer a copy of the template in Word format, ask your QSA. They work…

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What does PCI DSS stand for?

Simply, PCI DSS stands for the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. Here, Payment Card Industry refers to companies handling payment card data belonging to one of the 5 payment card brands: American Express, Discover, JCB, Mastercard, and Visa. In the mid-2000’s these 5 companies formed the PCI Security Standards Council to oversee development of…

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