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Card Security and Compliance

Card Security and Compliance

Protect your business and your customers’ valuable cardholder data.

In today’s increasingly electronic world, keeping card data and customer information confidential is more critical and challenging than ever. Fraud comes in all shapes and sizes, and while non-face-to-face payments typically carry a higher potential for fraud, it can also happen in storefront businesses.

Our PCI compliance program protects your business reputation.

A remarkable 92% of card data compromises take place in small business with low processing volume.1 A typical breach costs between $25,000 and $50,000, but can run much higher depending on the number of cards that are compromised. Our PCI compliance program takes a comprehensive approach to helping businesses securely manage cardholder data and ensure compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

  • Focuses on the education needed to understand PCI DSS compliance
  • Provides the tools required to demonstrate compliance
  • Delivers financial-protection programs to mitigate financial exposure should a breach occur

We can help you manage card fraud and chargebacks, too.

U.S. Bank is committed to providing small businesses with information on fraud trends and available security measures, and our Online Case Management tool makes it easy for your business to review and respond to chargebacks.

More about managing fraud and chargebacks
  1. Source: Trustwave

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