RetailCompli is a cloud-based management service, which minimises the chance of a data breach and ensures your business is legally compliant. There are various ways this solution reduces the threat of a data breach, with one of the most important features being the creation of a secure Cardholder Data Environment (CDE).
RetailCompli is simple to set up. No costly technical know-how is required. Instead, it is simply plugged in on site.
This is when all cardholder information is segregated from all other access on the network, and thus access is restricted.
TThis relates to all sensitive authentication data, such as the full primary account number, expiration data, CVV2, pin, and service code.
PCI DSS is the acronym for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards. This is a list of requirements that are in place for any business that stores, transmits, and processes card information. The standard was introduced to decrease credit card fraud and the first version was implemented in 2004. You can take a look at our informative guide for further information – www.pci-guide.co.uk.
There are 12 steps to achieving PCI compliance. These are outlined below –
Do you ever take debit or credit card payments? Whether you take one or 100,000 payments, you need to be concerned with PCI.
No, all steps of PCI DSS are mandatory for all businesses that handle cardholder information, irrespective of the volume of data or the industry they operate in.
Take a look at our ‘Is your business PCI compliant’ page - www.retailsecure.co.uk/is-your-business-pci-compliant.html - to get a better understanding.
You will face huge bank fines, which can amount to as much as £65,000, if not more, as well as compensation costs, remediation expenses, and other costs. Not to mention, you will destroy trust with your customers, which can be very difficult to re-build.
This is incorrect. It is your duty to make sure your customers’ data is protected, even if you do outsource card processing. You must ensure you are compliant whenever handling sensitive data and you have to make certain that the third-party processer you outsource this part of your business to is PCI compliant.
This is a questionnaire you need to fill in to ensure your business is compliant. You cannot simply fill in the answers you think the PCI DSS want to hear. If a breach occurs, and you have been found to do this, the consequences will be even worse. Retail Secure can ensure that your SAQ is taken care of.
Yes, any business that provides WiFi at their establishment needs to comply with the legislations that are in place.
Wrong! It does not matter who installed the WiFi network or who supplies the service, you need to make an effort to be compliant. It is your business that is supplying customers with this service, and thus you are responsible.
Yes, in accordance with the Data Retention Act, you must. Not only do you need to keep this data, but also it needs to be labelled correctly so that everything can be traced. This is to ensure that any illegal activity by someone using your network is easily tracked. Failure to do this can result in extortionate fines for your business.
Retail Secure’s guest WiFi solution is affordable and it comes with guaranteed compliance, so you have nothing to worry about there.
You will receive a range of valuable customer data including Name, Email, Date of Birth, Email Address, Telephone and Postcode.
Your landing page is the first thing that customers will see when they go to access your WiFi network. We ensure you use this to your advantage by customising it to brand your business effectively.
There are many marketing opportunities for you to make the most of with our guest WiFi solution. Not only will you be able to benefit from a customised landing page, but also you will receive real-time data about all connected customers. You can use this to send targeted marketing messages to those in your store to increase profits.