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The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) Report on Compliance (ROC) is a formal audit designed to test the effectiveness of the security controls an organization has in place to protect cardholder data and is completed by a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA). A ROC may be required for your organization based on your merchant level and may also be required by a third-party organization you're working with. Organizations that fail to comply with the PCI requirements face heavy fines and penalties, revocation of credit card payment services, damage to reputation, and even account suspension. PCI Compliance fines can range from $5,000 to $100,000 per month for violations, and repeat offenders may see additional fines. The PCI DSS standard is designed to help organizations properly secure cardholder data. Compass IT Compliance is an industry leader in proving low-cost, thorough, and accurate PCI Reports on Compliance for organizations of all sizes
Compass IT Compliance was an early adopter of PCI Compliance and was one of the first Qualified Security Assessors (QSA) to be certified by the PCI Security Standards Council back in 2007. Since that time, our QSAs have performed thousands of PCI Reports on Compliance (ROC) for both merchants and service providers alike to help them navigate the complex requirements associated with the latest version of the PCI DSS. Compass has maintained its excellent standing with the PCI Security Standards Council and our team of QSAs have presented on various PCI Compliance topics at conferences across the country, making us true subject matter experts!
Let Compass IT Compliance assist your organization with the completion of a PCI Report on Compliance 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