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PCI Policy Templates

PCI Policy Templates Help Organizations Achieve Security & Compliance

PCI Policy Templates help organizations with respect to security and compliance in a number of important ways:

First, InfoSecure PCI Policy Templates are created by trained and experienced PCI QSAs (auditors).  The obvious advantage here is  that our Policy Templates meet all of the complex PCI requirements and are designed to help organizations meet documentation requirements with minimal customization.

Secondly, our Policy Templates incorporate the latest industry trends and take into account current payment technology and provide simple avenues for organizations to document their security mechanisms in a way that is effective and ensures PCI compliance.  In fact, our PCI policy templates are used by organizations of all sizes: from level four merchants to level one service providers, InfoSecure PCI Policy Templates are vetted and in use by hundreds of companies.

Finally, we’ve done all of the hard work for you.  Over 2,000 hours of research and development are invested in providing the most complete and up to date PCI policy template available at any price.  However, our pricing structure further increases the cost effectiveness of our Policy Templates.  Our Silver Package is sufficient for most organizations and is available for immediate download for less than $500 dollars.  Be sure to get our discount coupon before you purchase!

Why Are There PCI Policy Templates?

InfoSecure’s Founder, Patrick Bass, explains the need for a competent PCI Policy Template Has Never Been More Pronounced!

In Fact, until now, organizations had to struggle with the complex documentation requirements associated with PCI DSS compliance.  Likewise, those entities attempting to comply with the requirements established by Experian’s Third Party Assessment program, or EI3PA, had similar concerns.  This was a common theme for those complying with HIPAA/HITECH and ISO 27001.  The main issue was that each of these security models required specific and complex documentation.

I started InfoSecure in early 2014 by creating the first comprehensive PCI Policy Template.  Back then, the requirement was still based on PCI DSS 2.0; however, we quickly upgraded the Policy Template to support PCI DSS 3.0.  Today, our PCI Toolkit supports the latest requirement which is currently PCI DSS 3.2 revision 1.   InfoSecure will always maintain the Policy Templates and make sure that whatever the security model, our Toolkit is current with the latest standard.

As an accomplished auditor with over 25 years of field experience, I knew that solid documentation was a key factor in an organization’s compliance and security posture.  One of the problems I often observed was that organizations didn’t have the time or expertise required to create all of the documentation required for compliance purposes.  That’s exactly with InfoSecure’s Policy Toolkit are so important.  Our Toolkits contain Policy Template documents that are created specifically for customization.  Our Policy Templates contain all of the identified documentation requirements in a given security model.  Currently, we have policy templates for PCI DSS, EI3PA, HIPAA/HITECH, and ISO 27001.

Our templates are available for online purchase and immediate download.  For PCI DSS and EI3PA, we offer a Bronze, Silver, and Gold package.  Each of these packages contains policy templates and start out at the low price of only $299.  I encourage you to carefully review these packages to determine which is best for your organization.  Our HIPAA and ISO policy templates are also available, however, given the unique compliance requirements, each security model has a single package for purchase.

Patrick has more than twenty-five years of security experience. He provides guidance in vulnerability and threat management, security architecture and implementation, security risk and compliance, incident management, and education and training. Bass has served on the faculty of Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) as an Adjunct Professor, a speaker and instructor for groups and associations such as ISACA and ISSA, and guest lecturer for various organizations throughout the United States. He has completed engagements for clients throughout the United States and has provided guidance to CIOs of some of the most influential organizations in the world. In the corporate world, he has served as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for a large payment processor, and Vice President of Security Services for a national consulting firm. In 2014, Patrick founded InfoSecure Redteam, Inc. as a specialty provider of compliance and security services, emphasizing client service as a primary differentiator.r.

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