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Fast, Easy PCI Compliance

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3 Simple Steps to PCI Compliance

Being PCI compliant is necessary when accepting credit card payments—but it doesn’t have to be intimidating or complicated. We’ll guide you through each step of the process, ensuring your customers’ credit card data is protected.

Step 1: Assess your website for vulnerabilities that pose risks to your customers’ cardholder data that is transmitted, processed, or stored by your business.

Step 2: Fix any website vulnerabilities, including technical flaws in software code or unsafe practices in how an organization processes or stores cardholder data.

Step 3: Submit required reports for compliance to the acquiring bank and global payment brands that you do business with. All merchants and processors must submit a quarterly PCI scan report via a Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ).

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Scan your site for vulnerabilities and stay compliant. An initial and quarterly vulnerability scan may be required to maintain compliance. Scanning is included with your SiteLock PCI compliance package.

Scan your site for vulnerabilities and receive a custom “fix-it plan.” This plan comes with policy and procedure templates, so you can reduce your legal and financial risks.

Protect your visitors’ financial data with every transaction. Today, 65 percent of consumers who have had data compromised online won’t return to the site where their info was stolen.


Save time and only answer 20 percent of the lengthy 280 PCI compliance questionnaire. Becoming PCI compliant can be a time-consuming process, but we’ll help you every step of the way.

Avoid hefty fines by becoming PCI compliant. Those who fail to meet PCI DSS requirements could be fined $5,000 and $100,000 per month until compliance standards are met.

What is PCI compliance?

PCI compliance is a set of security standards used to protect consumers’ credit card data online. The term is short for Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS), also known as PCI DSS. It was established to help control where cardholder data is stored, processed, or transmitted.

Who needs to be PCI compliant?

Any individual or business that stores, processes, or transmits payment card information needs to be PCI compliant. This includes companies that only take payments over the phone and companies that use a third-party payment processing system, like PayPal. If you don’t comply with PCI DSS, you may be subject to penalties and fines between $5,000 and $100,000 per month.

Level Up Your PCI Compliance

The SiteLock PCI compliance program is a fast and easy way to meet PCI requirements. Our simplified questionnaire reduces the number of questions to answer by up to 80 percent. Plus, if you add in our PCI compliant web application firewall (WAF) you can meet PCI requirement 6.6 and block harmful traffic and bad bots from entering your site.