PCI Risk Assessments

PCI Risk Assessments

PCI Risk Assessment Services

A PCI Risk Assessment is a formal process used by organizations to identify threats and vulnerabilities that could negatively impact the security of payment card data. Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) Requirement 12.2 states that any organization that processes or handles payment cards must implement a risk assessment process that is performed at least annually and upon significant changes to the environment that identifies critical assets, threats, and vulnerabilities, and the impact these may have on the cardholder data environment (CDE). The PCI Risk Assessment provides guidance for organizations to identify, analyze, and document the risks that may affect their cardholder data environment as well as provide prioritized remediation strategies to mitigate those risks.

Why Choose Compass?

As an early adopter and one of the first Qualified Security Assessors (QSA) to be certified, Compass IT Compliance can help you assess your risk and stay up to date with the ongoing PCI DSS compliance requirements. Our information technology auditors have decades of experience carrying out risk assessments for payment card organizations of all sizes. In addition to PCI Risk Assessment services, we also offer a full range of services to assist your organization throughout all PCI DSS initiatives. Some of these services include:

  • PCI Scope Definition & Reduction Strategy
  • PCI SAQ Completion Assistance
  • PCI QSA Retainer Services
  • PCI ASV Scanning
  • PCI Continuous Support
  • PCI Online Training
  • PCI Report on Compliance

Let Compass IT Compliance assist your organization in assessing any risks present through our PCI Risk Assessment so you can secure your payment card environment, comply with regulatory compliance requirements, and save time, money, and resources in the process. Contact Us today to discuss your unique situation. Secure. Comply. Save.


Compass IT Compliance is a Qualified Security Assessor registered in good standing with the PCI Security Standards Council




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