From 25 May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will affect every organisation that processes EU residents’ personally identifiable information (PII). With less than two years to become fully GDPR compliant, there is not a lot of time left to prepare for such a wide-reaching regulation.
The real challenge for businesses is in understanding and accepting the true costs and value of becoming compliant in budget and time terms, combined with few available resources, especially within the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS) space.
The best way to protect organisations from losing sensitive data is to completely avoid being exposed to it in the first place. All you need to know is that you got paid, not the full details of the payment.
Our patent-pending solution delivers this by intercepting and processing sensitive customer data such as their card details, before it enters your organisation. If a data breach does occur in your company when you’re using our solution, card details are never recorded and therefore risk to the business, brand, reputation and its customers is minimised. This approach also ensures compliance with PCI-DSS regulations.
The GDPR is coming. A quick start, along with engagement of specialist resources in the field, will underpin your success.
The organisations that show early leadership by investing in protecting their customer’s data will be the businesses that thrive.
Learn how to leverage PCI to promote yourselves above your competition by valuing your customers’ data and not become the latest Yahoo, Sage Group, Google and more who are dealing with lawsuits, damaged reputation, loss of share value, and other serious implications of data breach.