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Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS)
We highlight the critical role of PCI DSS in safeguarding customers and businesses. We outline staff responsibilities in credit or debit card transactions and provide guidelines for accepting payments securely.
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45 minutes
Learning style:
Self-Led Online
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About this course

Individuals handling payment card details must follow the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS).

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of the payment card system, outlines the obligations imposed by the Payment Card Industry, and covers the essential knowledge required to ensure the secure handling of payments and payment card data.

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Self-led online courses include
Support for over 100 languages
Mobile-friendly design for playback on any device
Progress tracking and pass/fail tests
Automatic, remote updates to keep content fresh
Playback speed controls to speed up/slow down the video
Closed captions which can be turned on/off
This course covers
  • Why the PCI DSS are vital in protecting both customers and your businesses
  • What the responsibilities are of staff when dealing with credit or debit card payments
  • How to accept credit card payment safely and securely
  • What to do when things go wrong – and how to resolve them
  • The consequences of breaching the Security Standards
  • Cyber security and physical security, what happens when things go wrong and best practice guidelines
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