As an industry provider of compliance solutions, PlusOne Solutions is committed to cybersecurity. We are honored to announce we have again achieved the PCI-DSS V3.2 Level 1 certification and Attestation of Compliance.
More than 10.9 billion records with sensitive information have been breached according to public disclosures between January 2005 and July 2018, according to PrivacyRights.org. Compliance with the PCI-DSS helps to alleviate vulnerabilities and protect cardholder data.
This certification ensures we are taking the steps to protect the data we maintain and maintaining the security standards set by the PCI Security Standards Council.
To achieve the PCI-DSS V3.2 Level 1 certification and Attestation of Compliance, we commissioned Intrinium, an Informational Technology and security solutions company, to independently examine and validate our compliance standards. This audit included document collection and analysis, vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, and on-site security assessments.
“Our completion of the PCI-DSS V3.2 Level 1 again this year proves our continued commitment to security as we create a reliable environment for processing critical customer and consumer data.
Using an independent Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) grants us the industry certification status instead of a self-assessment where many companies report they abide by the practices but are not audited for compliance,” Founder and CEO Craig Reilly said.
“We process massive amounts of sensitive and personal data and are committed to continually achieving the increasing standards of data security in this environment of evolving threats and changes to PCI Standards,” CIO Scott DiNucci said.
This PCI-DSS Level 1 certification supplements the company’s Background Screening Agency Accreditation awarded by the Professional Background Screening Association to companies adhering to a strict set of professional standards including consumer protection, legal compliance and data security standards.
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