Vendor Release Agreement Pci

Validation requirements and testing methods currently focus on hardware-based decryption and decryption solutions, also known as hardware/hardware. Hardware/hardware solutions use secure cryptographic devices for both decryption and decryption, including at the time of reseller acceptance for encryption and in hardware security modules (HSMs) for decryption. In addition to a P2PE solution provider, new hardware and testing requirements can also affect Point of Interaction (POI) manufacturers, application developers, third parties, resellers, resellers, and integrators. Encryption helps protect sensitive data. A technology that uses encryption, from the point of acceptance of the payment card to the settlement of payments, is affectionately called point-to-point encryption (P2PE). Due to the increased implementation of these technologies, the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has developed policies to create, test, and deliver solutions that provide strong support for pcI DSS compliance. Once your P2PE solution or application meets all P2PE requirements, Sikich generates a P2PE Validation Report (P-ROV) that attests to your compliance with P2PE requirements. After verification and approval of the report by your organization, Sikich will forward your P-ROV to pci SSC with your validation certificate (AOV) and your signed P2PE Vendor Release Agreement (VRA). Sikich provides P2PE consulting and validation services to organizations that wish to obtain a formal PCI SSC rating for their solution or application. As a P2PE application developer, Sikich checks your payment application on all PCI PIN Transaction Security (PCI PTS) authorized devices to determine if it is appropriate for use in a P2PE solution provider`s offering. The solution provider must ensure that all P2PE requirements are met, including by ensuring that P2PE requirements are met by all third-party organizations that perform P2PE functions on behalf of the solution provider, for example. B certification bodies (CAs) and key injection devices. The P2PE solution provider is a third party (for example.

B a processor, acquirer or payment path) who is responsible for the design and implementation of a specific P2PE solution. The solution provider (either directly or indirectly through outsourcing) also manages P2PE solutions or has appropriate responsibilities for its customers. . . .