What is PCI DSS?

The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) denotes a set of technical and organizational requirements developed to assure all companies that process, hold, or transmit cardholder information stay compliant and maintain a secure payment environment. In the Payment Card Industry (PCI), every Merchant and Service Provider will require to protect their customer’s cardholder data. PCI DSS QSA companies are authorized to validate the compliance of merchants & service providers.

ValueMentor PCI DSS Certification program in the UK helps customers achieve PCI DSS Compliance and payment security!

Our PCI DSS Compliance Services focus on examining technical and operational components of a system that fetches cardholder data and ensures that it meets PCI DSS compliance standards. All organizations handling credit card payments require annual PCI DSS Audits for their security controls and processes. Enable multiple layers of security in the Payment Card Industry (PCI) through our simplifiedPCI DSS Compliance Servicesin the UK.

PCI DSS Certification Program 

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Define PCI Certification Scope

The initial phase of a PCI DSS QSA engagement is to define the scope of PCI certification/attestation.

PCI Gap Analysis / Initial PCI Audit

The second phase of the PCI DSS Compliance Services is to identify the gaps in control implementation. A PCI QSA reviews the control implementation using the PCI ROC testing procedures.

PCI Consulting / Remediation Support

Our PCI Customer Success team works with the customers in providing specific advisory support during the PCI remediation phase. Our PCI Compliance Services has helped companies in Banking, Insurance, eCommerce, Payment Gateway, Travel companies, Fintech, and National and regional payment switches achieve the most required PCI DSS UK Certification.


On successful PCI gap closures, customers can engage ValueMentor PCI QSA auditors for final PCI QSA Audit.

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