YOUR Security is OUR Duty
It may not be the most exciting news but it’s definitely worth a mention – last week we were approved as a Tier 1 PCI DSS Compliant Payment Provider again. It’s important for us to mention this to our clients and to the public as we take PCI DSS seriously. Each year we undergo an on-site audit by our professional QSA – Securus Global. Each of our products, services and environments are audited to ensure that our practices are PCI DSS Compliant and that we protect our merchant information in every way possible.
We undergo this on-site audit for three major reasons:
- Obviously, it’s a requirement.
- We like to ensure that each product and service that we develop meets the requirements of the PCI DSS.
- It’s important to us that we provide our merchants with the most secure platform to process transactions under.
It’s no secret that Merchant Warrior is working behind the scenes to produce new technologies to enhance the Payment Industry. However, we do have a few secrets in regards to the products and features which we will be releasing later this year. Our merchants are in for a pleasant surprise! Now that our new features and services have been given the tick of approval all that’s left is intense Quality Assurance and Software Testing before we release these exciting features to the public.
In the meantime I would like to thank Securus Global for completing yet another successful on-site audit with our team. The audit was handled in an extremely professional manner and no disruptions to important schedules took place – and for that we are extremely grateful. Also, to the team – I’d like to thank you for being well prepared and having all in order, making it a simple task for Securus Global to complete the audit. Well done!
For all merchants that would like to view our new certificate of compliance click here.
Now, I mentioned earlier that we take the PCI DSS seriously, and in all honesty we do. But the next comment is directed to the PCI Council – “Why?” and it relates the following video which is available on their website.
Just a warning – you may not take the PCI DSS seriously after you view this video.