PCI-QSA Charles Denyer of NDB Advisory provides PCI DSS services for Austin, TX and surrounding cities.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 12, 2012
NDB Advisory is announcing their expansion into central Texas for Austin, TX PCI QSA services for merchants, service providers and other related entities that require Level 1 on-site assessments for compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) provisions. PCI compliance can be a tough game - no question about it - as many entities are finding it extremely difficult and challenging, but there's light at the end of the tunnel.
NDB Advisory's Austin TX PCI QSA services - overseen by lead PCI-QSA Charles Denyer - can help businesses in Austin, San Antonio and other surrounding areas get compliant - and in a cost-effective and highly efficient manner. Call QSA Charles Denyer today at 1-800-277-5415, ext. 705 or on his cell at 214-298-8532 to discuss how he can help. With years of performing Level 1 on-site assessments, Charles and his staff at NDB Advisory can put together a workable roadmap for PCI compliance - ultimately one that gets organizations compliant and keeps them that way. According to PCI-QSA Charles Denyer, "Austin is fast becoming one of the most important technology hubs in the entire country, and with that requires a strong commitment from businesses for ensuring the safety and security of systems that store, process, and transmit highly sensitive electronic cardholder data".
NDB Advisory's Austin, TX PCI QSA services include the following:
- PCI DSS Readiness Assessments and Gap Analysis procedures
- Policy and Procedure writing
- Penetrating Testing
- Vulnerability Scans and Assessments
- Level 1 on-site assessments by a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA)
- Consulting Services for PCI DSS Self Assessment Questionnaires (SAQ)
Contact NDB Advisory's lead PCI-QSA Charles Denyer, today at 1-800-277-5415, ext. 705 or on his cell at 214-298-8532, to learn more about Austin, TX PCI-QSA services from a proven, trusted name within the industry.