Adobe Document Cloud is now PCI DSS 3.1 compliant

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The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) prescribes certain security controls for organizations that accept payments via credit card.  The standard is designed to help reduce fraud by increasing controls around cardholder data.

On June 30, 2016, Adobe Document Cloud (which includes Adobe Sign and PDF Services) achieved compliance with PCI DSS 3.1* as a merchant and a service provider.

The Adobe Document Cloud’s PCI compliant status as a service provider helps our customers meet PCI requirements for safe handling of cardholder data.

The Adobe Common Controls Framework (CCF) and the underlying Security Compliance strategy helped us meet the current PCI requirements.  Any changes to the PCI standard are proactively incorporated into the CCF to ensure on-going compliance for all Adobe businesses.

More information about our Common Controls Framework and compliance efforts can be found on Adobe.com.

Abhi Pandit
Sr. Director, Risk Advisory and Assurance Services (RaaS)

*Excludes Adobe Send & Track

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Posted on 07-12-2016