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Trustwave's PCI portal provides checklist of compliance actions

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Trustwave has announced the latest version of its cloud-delivered TrustKeeper PCI Manager portal.

Designed to help small merchants become Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) compliant, the company said it now includes a ‘to do' list of necessary actions.

It said this is tailored to the needs of the merchant's payment-processing environment as it presents recommendations for the merchant to address in the context of the PCI self-assessment process; it can also help merchants apply ‘compliance patches' through security products and services, including firewalls and SSL certificates, to remediate vulnerabilities where necessary to achieve compliance.

Doug Klotnia, executive vice-president of payment services at Trustwave, said: “There is nothing in the industry like the new To Do List in TrustKeeper PCI Manager, which personalises compliance issues.

“We know the majority of small businesses don't have dedicated IT professionals, so this easy-to-use solution for a complex problem allows organisations to act immediately on PCI challenges and keep their acquirers in the loop on their current progress.”

Christine Scappa, senior vice-president of operations at Sage Payment Solutions, said: “TrustKeeper speeds up time to compliance and simplifies the process along the way. The new To-Do List makes it more personal and easy to remedy PCI challenges that may arise.”

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