AMEX now maintains a full list of all PCI DSS compliant service providers. Service providers pay a fee to register, and full details of the scheme are available directly from the AMEX web site.
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Or, where do I register with Visa Europe once I’ve received my completed ROC? So you’re a service provider, you’ve been assessed by a QSA, and now you want some recognition in the form of a public listing on Visa Europe’s list of compliant service providers, or on the new Visa merchant agent listing web site. But which… Read more »
This update concerns Level 1 Service Providers (member agents). We just had an update from Visa Europe regarding the final cut-off dates for the December web listing. Normally, this is the 15th of the month (for listing during the same month). However, to accommodate the Christmas holidays, the cut-off for December will be Friday 7th… Read more »
If you’re a service provider, you’ll want to read this information from Mastercard about registering with them as a PCI compliant service provider. But before you read it, it’s worth having a brief tour around some relevant terminology. If you’re a Merchant, you may find this interesting anyway, especially if the PCI compliance and registration… Read more »
Choosing the right Self Assessment Questionnaire (‘SAQ’) can be a very tricky task, especially for merchants with multiple payment channels. The PCI SSC introduced five different SAQs: SAQ A – Card-not-present Merchants, All Cardholder Data Functions Outsourced. SAQ B – Merchants with Only Imprint Machines or Only Standalone, Dial-Out Terminals. No Electronic Cardholder Data Storage…. Read more »