The PCI-DSS will help to minimize credit card data exposure to risk of fraud or compromise.
[Santa Ana, CA May, 28th 2019] For Immediate Release,
Chargezoom, an emerging Software as a Service provider today announced that the company has validated compliance with the PCI DSS version 3.2 as a Level 2 service provider.
The organization underwent a rigorous audit by Sectigo, to ensure that it meets the industry’s security controls that are required to keep clients’ credit card data and other sensitive data secure.
The completion of PCI-DSS Level 1 Compliance illustrates Chargezoom’s intent on providing the highest level of services to its customers.
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard is a thorough set of standards that require businesses and service providers that handle customer payment card data to adhere to strict information security controls and processes.
The standards were set by the founding brands of the PCI Security Standards Council. The standard includes a number of requirements which aim at;
- Building and Maintaining a Secure Network
- Protecting Cardholder’s Data
- Maintaining Vulnerability Management Program
- Maintaining an up to date Information Security Policy etc
Chargezoom has proactively met this requirement for its business in line with the PCI compliance needs of its clients.
Speaking during the announcement of compliance achievement, Matt Dubois, the founder of Chargezoom, had this to say;
“We take data security very seriously and by achieving PCI DSS 3.2 compliance, we have proven that. With this new milestone accomplished, Chargezoom is ready for prime-time.”
Chargezoom is still in Beta and is available free leading up to the expected launch date of July 1, 2019. Early adopters will be offered a special discounted rate before launch. Sign up for free access to Chargezoom beta at https://chargezoom.com/try-chargezoom