What Merchants Need To Know About PCI DSS v4.0

Aug 30, 2023

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) was created to protect payment card data and ensure all members of the payments ecosystem are securely storing, processing and transmitting card holder data securely. The current version of the PCI DSS, v3.2.1, will be replaced on March 31, 2024, with v 4.0. There are a number of noteworthy changes in the new version and the sooner merchants understand the impact the sooner they can start working to ensure that they remain PCI compliant when v3.2.1 is retired.

Just a few of the new or updated requirements in the PCI DSS v4.0 include:

  • Password length and complexity requirements
  • Management of all e-commerce payment page scripts
  • PCI DSS scope documentation
  • Security awareness training
  • Incident response procedures

During the course of the webinar, we will cover how to prioritize and comply with the upcoming changes and share helpful PCI DSS compliance resources for merchants. 

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