Sumsub, a fast-growing identity verification platform for KYC/KYB/AML, announced that it has successfully proved its commitment to data security, and has been awarded the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).
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The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is the gold standard when it comes to the safety of cardholder data, and requires companies to establish and follow strict security and data integrity protocols. Being granted the ‘Service Provider’ attestation means that an independent, third party organization has validated Sumsub’s policies, procedures, network architecture, and other critical protective measures as secure, and able to store, process, and transmit cardholder data.
The PCI DSS certification demonstrates Sumsub’s commitment to ensuring adequate data safeguarding measures throughout the client’s lifecycle. It also confirms their credibility as a reliable and trustworthy service.
“The safety of our customers’ data is our top priority. We work towards bolstering the users’ confidence in our service, and our recent certifications prove this ongoing commitment to a high standard of security. Our clients can rely on us in both the short and the long term, which means that they don’t need to stress over security and they are able to focus on more high-value business tasks.”,—Jacob Sever, Co-founder at Sumsub.
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