Updated PCI Data Security Standards Self-Assessment Questionnaires Now Required

October 09, 2017 Payments
Shubert Koong
By Shubert Koong, Lead Product Marketing Manager, WePay
Shubert Koong
By Shubert Koong, Lead Product Marketing Manager, WePay

PCI

WePay remains fully committed to ensuring compliance with the latest data security standards as prescribed by the industry’s PCI Security Standards Council. As a reminder, there are updated Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) forms that are now in use with version 3.2 of the PCI Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). Starting October 1, 2017, partners will need to use the updated SAQs (Rev 1.1) for use with this latest PCI DSS standard. Thus, any partner that starts their PCI DSS self-assessment after October 1 must complete the requisite updated SAQ form, which can be accessed from the link below.

Additional Information

You can access the latest SAQ forms directly from the PCI Security Standards Council document library.

For additional information about PCI and its impact for our partners, you can view our earlier blog post.

If you have any questions, please contact WePay through our support page.

About the author

Shubert Koong

Shubert Koong, Lead Product Marketing Manager, WePay

Shubert Koong is the Lead Product Marketing Manager at WePay. Previously, he has held marketing and management roles at PayPal and HP. He is a graduate of Yale University and the University of California-Berkeley Haas School of Business. Shubert's hobbies include archery, tennis, and playing board games.

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