- Compliant Hosting
- Cloud Services
- Dedicated Servers
- Managed Services
- Why Us
Our PCI compliant hosting options easily accommodate the most complex hosting requirements for PCI compliant vendors.
PCI compliant vendors manage sensitive payment card data for other organizations. Examples of vendors include independent sales organizations (ISOs), banks, card brands, credit or risk management vendors, fraud detection specialists, payment processing agents or gateways, stored value cards, SaaS developers, data warehousing and reporting platforms, and online payment service providers.
PCI compliant vendors are required to achieve PCI compliance; however, completing the PCI validation process is required only for certain types of vendors. (For more specific information on the vendors that are required to complete compliance validation, consult the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council's web site.)
If you are a merchant who handles sensitive cardholder data and works with one or more PCI compliant vendors, you must be extra diligent by doing the following:
For PCI compliant vendors and merchants, Layered Tech offers versatile PCI hosting options. Our PCI compliant server hosting solutions include dedicated server hosting, shared server hosting, and PCI compliant web hosting, as well as PCI cloud hosting solutions, including private cloud hosting. We can easily accommodate the most complex applications, like payment card applications, and clients that require a high degree of customization.
Our most complete offering to help you maintain PCI compliance is our Layer 4: Compliance Management suite of security services. We monitor the hosting environment 24 hours a day, and handle about 97% of the PCI compliance responsibilities – those that pertain to the IT infrastructure. With our managed hosting services, we guarantee that you will pass every audit or assessment by regulatory entities.
Because of our staff expertise in security and PCI compliance, we can also assist you with QSA audits, as well as pre-sales assessments for vendors and organizations engaged in business-to-business sales.
Learn the 12 key questions you MUST ask potential providers