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U.S. Bank Multi Service Aviation PCI Compliance FAQ

Merchants must ensure that cardholder data is protected from a security breach

Data security has become a primary consideration for every business that accepts credit cards for the payment of goods. The below frequently asked questions (FAQ), answered in the above document, help FBOs and merchants to better understand compliance.

  • What is PCI-DSS?
  • Why was PCI-DSS created?
  • I have never heard of PCI Compliance before, is this new?
  • What does this mean to my business?
  • What happens if I’m not compliant?
  • Who should I contact for support in becoming PCI-DSS compliant?
  • What am I required to do to become PCI Compliant?
  • Which PCI Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) do I need to complete?
  • Once my business becomes PCI-DSS compliant, does that prevent a security breach from happening?
  • What is a Quarterly Network Vulnerability Scan?
  • Is there an additional cost for quarterly scans?
  • What if I am required to upgrade my equipment or software to become compliant?
  • How long is the PCI compliance certification valid?

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