PCI DSS Compliance is a mandate for every organization dealing with cardholder data. So, when it comes to your E-commerce business, you are expected to be compliant with the PCI Standards.


When running an e-commerce store, the last thing you would want to deal with is a security breach and its legal implications. So, for those of you running an e-commerce business, you must take into account various security parameters for protecting your business against cybersecurity threats.

You need to ensure that your business is PCI Compliant, with the website and payment gateway developed and designed securely.

E-commerce website design is more than just looks. From the Compliance standpoint, you need to consider its functionality and also ensure that all the customer information passed from one party to another is secured.

Having said that it is important to note that, those of you who outsource the payment process to the third-party vendor still fall under the ambit of PCI Compliance. Although your scope of compliance may reduce due to the outsourcing of the payment process, you will still be responsible for the security of the payment process.

In today’s, article we have provided a few tips and guidance that will help you in your efforts of achieving PCI DSS Compliance. Given below are certain elements or security parameters that you must consider for your e-commerce business.