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It’s never been easier to obtain PCI compliance reports from an Approved Scanning Vendor trusted by thousands of merchants.
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Scan, remediate, and generate reports with ease.
Our service is designed with one goal in mind: helping merchants become PCI compliant as quickly and easily as possible.
That's why our scan is cloud-based, meaning we'll never slow down your site, and our vulnerabilities list is always up-to-date. It's also why our vulnerability reports and remediation instructions are simple to understand, and simpler to follow.
With unlimited on-demand scans, you'll be able to quickly generate and submit your report to us, your ASV, for approval. Once approved, you'll be able to download your compliance reports, submit them to your bank, and continue focusing on your business.
The TrustedSite Security team is extremely helpful with any questions we have with a quick response time. They take their time to make sure my questions have been fully answered and understood."
We'll help break down which vulnerabilities are affecting your domains or networks, how severe they are, and what you should do about them.
Business unit reporting
If your company has multiple business units, you can easily generate separate reports in our user-friendly portal.
Support for dynamic IPs
If your web host doesn't provide you with a static IP address, our scan can use hostnames instead.
Our support team is there when you need it most—by phone, chat or email.
What is PCI Compliance?
PCI Compliance is a set of security standards that businesses must adhere to when accepting and processing credit card transactions. These standards protect sensitive information from being stolen by cyber criminals. As your certified Approved Scanning Vendor, we will help you meet PCI DSS Requirement 11.2.2 to submit quarterly external scan reports.
Why does my business need to be PCI compliant?
All commercial banks require proof that a company is PCI compliant before processing credit card payments, online or offline.
Failure to have proof of being PCI compliant (called a certificate of attestation) will result in a fine per payment card transaction from your commercial bank.