EVERY company that accepts payment by credit card needs to be secure. Nobody can argue with that. PCI regulations gives us a really useful set of guidelines - a definition of security.

In this chart, we use the PCI guidelines, and show the areas in which we can help. (You can click the 'info' signs for details.)

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1: Manage firewall(s) to protect data
2: Lock down your padded cell and control access
3: Protect stored cardholder data
4: Encrypt transmission across open, public networks
5: Use anti-virus software
6: Develop secure systems and applications
7: Restrict access by business 'need to know'
8: Authenticate access to padded cell
9: Restrict physical access to cardholder data
10: Track and monitor all movements
11: Test security systems and processes
12: Think about wider risks for your business

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