PCI DSS Compliant Colocation
Any organization that handles credit or debit card information needs to abide by the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) requirements. Yet, according to a 2016 study by Verizon, only 50% of organizations meet all 12 PCI requirements and half of those companies fell out of compliance within 9 months of validation. There’s strong correlation between PCI DSS non-compliance and the likelihood of suffering a data breach.
Our Colocation Services have been validated against the PCI DSS to provide you with the confidence you need to meet your compliance requirements and secure the credit card data you process. Work alongside LightEdge’s engineers to review the compliance process and develop any necessary documentation.
You need a colocation services provider that understands PCI DSS
Strengthen your company’s risk mitigation and compliance posture with a company who has deep experience with PCI. LightEdge is a validated PCI-DSS (version 3.2) Level 1 Service Provider. This validates that our in-scope data center facilities meet PCI’s prescriptive security requirements.
- More Flexibility: LightEdge offers the flexibility needed to compete in an unpredictable market, allowing you to scale securely, predictably, and cost-effectively.
- Leave the Complex IT to the Experts: Focus on your core business and offload some of the burden of compliance to LightEdge’s security experts. We’ll keep up with the ever-evolving IT market so you can focus on providing value to your customers.
- Staying Compliant: LightEdge undergoes an annual assessment of the latest PCI DSS requirements. We use this expertise to keep you up-to-date on the latest controls, too.
Balancing control, security, and cost
No two businesses are the same. At LightEdge, we work with you to find the right mix of control, security, and cost for your Cloud Hosting and IT service needs.
Leverage our carrier-grade, PCI DSS validated data center facilities to host your own corporate resources. We offer custom colocation options, dedicated staff, and facilities designed to offer N+1 redundancy on every main component, providing greater protection and security for your crucial IT operations.