EI3PA Certification and Compliance Assessments and Audits Now Offered by NDB, North America’s Leading Provider of Specialized Compliance Solutions for Credit Agencies

NDB offers EI3PA certification and compliance assessments for organizations being mandated by Experian to undergo annual audits. To learn more about NDB’s comprehensive EI3PA certification services, call and speak with one of North America’s longest licensed QSA’s, Charles Denyer of NDB, at 1-800-277-5415, ext. 705, or via email at cdenyer(at)ndbcpa(dot)com.

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NDB offers EI3PA certification and compliance assessments for organizations being mandated by Experian.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 14, 2014

NDB offers EI3PA certification and compliance assessments for organizations being mandated by Experian to undergo annual audits. To learn more about NDB’s comprehensive EI3PA certification services, call and speak with one of North America’s longest licensed QSA’s, Charles Denyer of NDB, at 1-800-277-5415, ext. 705, or via email at cdenyer(at)ndbcpa(dot)com. Though EI3PA assessments essentially mirror those of the PCI DSS standards, there are a few differences that organizations need to be aware of. Additionally, when Experian often requests an actual EI3PA assessment on companies, they usually provide a detailed description of the sensitive and confidential consumer data that’s considered in-scope.

Experian’s EI3PA compliance and certification is targeted towards almost any organization that stores, processes and/or transmits confidential data provided by Experian themselves. Experian provides highly sensitive and confidential information, often known as Personally Identifiable Information (PII), and then mandates it be protected in accordance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) mandates. From Requirement 1 to Requirement 12, the mandates in place for PCI DSS compliance effectively apply to Experian data, hence the reason Experian themselves has adopted this framework for information security.

If you’re considering working with Experian by accessing such data, it’s highly likely that an EI3PA assessment is soon on its way. Call the EI3PA experts today at NDB by contacting PCI-QSA Charles Denyer at 1-800-277-5415, ext. 705, or via email at cdenyer(at)ndbcpa(dot)com.


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