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If your company processes card transactions, protecting this confidential information must be a top priority. Failure to comply with and maintain appropriate payment security standards can result in significant fines and serious damage to your organization’s reputation.

However, implementing a number of controls to comply with the latest payment card industry data protection standards (PCI DSS) can place a strain on your organization. As a leading provider of cyber security consulting services, Detox can help you understand and implement the technical and operational controls required to meet PCI compliance requirements.

What Is PCI DSS All About?

PCI DSS is a set of technical and organizational requirements designed to help businesses protect customer cardholder data from fraud through robust payment security.

All organizations that accept or process credit card payments must perform an annual PCI DSS audit of security controls and processes that cover areas of data security such as storage, encryption, physical security, authentication, and access control.


  • This will ensure that your networks are free of hacking or attempted burglary.
    This will ensure that your networks are free of hacking or attempted burglary.
  • This ensures that your systems are protected from hacking or attempted hacking.
  • PCI DSS, being one of the most important network penetration testing services helps to build a business reputation
  • This increases your return on investment and your IT investment strategy.

About Detox

We, at Detox, provide cybersecurity solutions to give you more visibility and protect your data. Our solutions will set the highest standards for your privacy and security controls.

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“The application layer attack surface continues to grow in size and complexity, with nearly 30 percent of breaches analyzed in the most recent Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) involving an application layer attack. And since finding and retaining staff who possess the IT cybersecurity skills required to deal with these realities seems to be a universal problem for companies of all sizes.”