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PCI DSS qualification

marc0926
If our company uses a third party to process and transmit credit card information. Meaning the online tools that we use does not reside within the company. Are we still qualified for PCI DSS?
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    santeewelding

    Such as yourself, I recommend Ask a Question, not only for edification of the confused, confounded, and clueless, but for agreement between subject and verb, in your case.

    Find it in your heart, when you address potentially millions, to zip your fly before you speak.

    DISCLAIMER: I speak for myself alone -- not CBS Interactive -- who to this momentary point put up with my contretemps, just as we all suffer yours.

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    On the TPV and the connection between your site and theirs. This article may be of some help:

    http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/five-tips/five-tips-to-ensure-pci-dss-compliance/498

    If the connection has appropriate encryption and the TPV is abiding by PCI DSS, more than likely you are safe. I would advise having a qualified auditor confirm that.

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    santeewelding

    Such as yourself, I recommend Ask a Question, not only for edification of the confused, confounded, and clueless, but for agreement between subject and verb, in your case.

    Find it in your heart, when you address potentially millions, to zip your fly before you speak.

    DISCLAIMER: I speak for myself alone -- not CBS Interactive -- who to this momentary point put up with my contretemps, just as we all suffer yours.

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    On the TPV and the connection between your site and theirs. This article may be of some help:

    http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/five-tips/five-tips-to-ensure-pci-dss-compliance/498

    If the connection has appropriate encryption and the TPV is abiding by PCI DSS, more than likely you are safe. I would advise having a qualified auditor confirm that.