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Coalfire Makes PCI History with First Security Standards Council Assessment

Coalfire, the first cybersecurity firm accredited by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) to perform assessment certifications within the new Software Security Framework/Secure Software Lifecycle (SSF/SLC) standard, announced the completion of the industry’s first qualified assessment. Coalfire is the world leader in Payment Application security assessments and the first assessment firm to adopt the new Software Security Framework through the assessor certification process with the PCI Security Standards Council.

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This historic Coalfire assessment validates the new PCI compliance standard that is set to replace the sunsetting Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS) in October 2022 and begins the transition toward software security resiliency to protect payment data across all transaction platforms.

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“This milestone assessment will now lead the rapid adoption of next-generation PCI cyber standards,” said Nick Trenc, SSF practice leader at Coalfire. “The first SSF/SSLC assessment marks the beginning of a new era in payment data protection and the chance for early-adopter merchants and developers to stay ahead of the competition.”

Also, of historic note, the assessment was conducted remotely in line with PCI SSC’s guidance due to the pandemic. “These new processes represent the future of secure commerce,” said Trenc. “We’re honored to work with the PCI Council and industry leaders, and we share their dedication to setting new standards in defending against cybercrime.”

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