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In one of our first blog posts, we talked about "What is a PCI ROC?". This post covered the basics of a PCI Report on Compliance, discussed which merchants and service providers take part in the PCI ROC process, and how a ROC differs from a Risk Assessment. Today, I want to share some ideas on why organizations should consider having a PCI Report on Compliance completed, even if the acquiring bank is not requiring one. But first, let's get a little background and refresher on what a PCI ROC is.
There are many reasons a PCI Report on Compliance can benefit your organization, but first a few refreshers from our original blog post:
Those two points seem pretty basic, and in truth, they are. But, I am going share some tips on how you can use the PCI Report on Compliance to help your organization from a perception and marketing perspective. Here we go:
So, is a PCI Report on Compliance right for your organization? You know your situation better than anyone. But, if you have a ROC completed when you are not required to, you are demonstrating a commitment to not only compliance, but to security as well. If you would like to discuss your specific circumstances to determine if a PCI Report on Compliance makes sense for you, feel free to contact us.