PCI Pharma Services


Platform is a compliance environment with all the control in place which required by PCI-DSS Standard.

It is the easiest way to achieve PCI compliance and secure your customer Card Data.

We reduce your risk and liability on your IT infrastructure to ensure you stay up to date on security and PCI compliance so ownership can focus on their core business.

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Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Phase 5

Pre-Gap Assessment

  • PCI DSS pre-assessment can save quite a few headaches later on in the compliance process.

    However, it can create a lot of new ones if it isn't managed with liability in mind. pre-assessments not only help build a baseline to ensure that compliance is achieved as efficiently as possible, but can also highlight findings that may be a liability for the company if not handled properly.

Gap Assessment and Remediation Plan

  • PCI Gap Assessment is the basic and most important step for a merchant seeking to become PCI DSS-compliant.

    Gap Assessments help payment card industry (PCI) merchants prepare for on-site PCI assessments and can help to ensure they pass. Remediation Plan is basic need to become PCI compliant, it gives a layout to mitigate the existing risk.


  • This Phase is the most elastic and hardest to forecast because the deficiencies are not known early in the planning. Some progressive elaboration can take place, however project managers cannot quantify the complexity and duration of this phase until the prior Gap Analysis is presented.

    A general project management framework is assumed to be in place for implementation of any new controls including people, process, and technology. This Phase would be triggered for elimination of any material risks discovered--not just for PCI validation related discoveries

Final Audit

  • PCI Final Audit is a process of carried out by a qualified auditor to establish whether or not a business is compliant with security standards relating to the processing of transactions made via a credit or debit card (payment card).

    PCI Compliance Auditing is a process whereby your business point of sale system is assessed. The purpose of this is threefold:
    (1) to examine your system,
    (2) to identify vulnerabilities, and
    (3) to prevent data from being compromised.

After Audit support and AoC, RoC and CoC

  • RoC "Report on Compliance" –ROC provides the detailed information on the environment assessed and how each requirement of PCI DSS Standard is met by the Service Providers. CoC "Certificate of Compliance" –It provides you the assurance that Service Provider has undergone PCI Assessment for the current year mentioned in the certificate and complied with PCI DSS Standard. AoC "Attestation of Compliance" – The AOC is a form for merchants and service providers to attest to the results of a PCI DSS assessment, as documented in the Self-Assessment Questionnaire or Report on Compliance.