RDX recognizes the trust our customers place in our organization and the important role we play in safeguarding their sensitive data. This is not a responsibility that RDX takes lightly. Our highest priority is to safeguard our customers' most sensitive database data stores.
Although we do not store or process data for our customers, RDX understood that adhering to one of the most comprehensive security and privacy frameworks in the IT industry would allow us to create a strong foundation to build our security architecture upon. Becoming PCI compliant is yet another step in our ongoing corporate security strategy.
PCI is more than just a listing of arbitrary compliance objectives, it is a proven security process that helps organizations protect their data from outside attacks. The PCI Security Standards Council's audit requirements are continuously enhanced to deal with new threats as they are identified. The organization's goal is to continuously evolve its protection strategies to ensure that customer card holder data continues to be protected.
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of over 400 individual audit objectives designed to ensure that companies that process, store or transmit credit card information maintain a secure environment. The audit objectives consists of 6 major goals:
RDX's PCI Security Audit is performed by Megaplan IT, a PCI organization certified Qualified Security Assessor. Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) companies are independent security organizations that have been qualified by the PCI Security Standards Council to validate an entity’s adherence to PCI DSS. QSA Employees are individuals who are employed by a QSA Company and have satisfied and continue to satisfy all QSA requirements.
RDX is proud to have received its 5th PCI Attestation document in Q2 of 2017. It is yet another step in our goal of ensuring that we provide the most secure environment possible to our customers.