SillyBrickPics™ guarantees a secure shopping experience with at least a minimum of 128 bit encryption with all transactions. This means any credit or debit card transaction information is not visible or readable to any person at any time making it more secure than a transaction conducted offline. SillyBrickPics™ does not store credit card numbers beyond the last few digits of the card being used in the transaction. Any future transactions the customer requests are based upon a bank issued transaction number assigned specific to this site and the customer's order. In addition this site offers customers the additional option to pay via PayPal if they prefer not to conduct the transaction on this site.
What is PCI DSS Compliance?
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is an information security standard for organizations that handle credit card and debit card information. Defined by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council, the standard was created to increase controls around credit card data to reduce credit card fraud via its exposure. If you want to sell online and accept payments from Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover credit cards, your software and hosting needs to be PCI compliant.
There are six categories of PCI standards that must be met in order for a merchant to be deemed compliant:
• Maintain a Secure Network
• Protect Cardholder Data
• Maintain a Vulnerability Management Program
• Implement Strong Access Control Measures
• Regularly Monitor and Test Networks
• Maintain an Information Security Policy
Is SillyBrickPics™ PCI DSS Compliant?
Yes, the SillyBrickPics™ website is certified Level 1 PCI DSS compliant.
We are very serious about securely hosting your online store and have invested significant time and money to certify our solution PCI compliant. From annual on-site assessments validating compliance to continuous risk management, we work really hard to ensure our shopping cart software and ecommerce hosting is secure.
More on PCI Compliance:
For additional information on PCI Compliance, visit the PCI Compliance Guide website.