Payment Card Industry PIN (PCI PIN) Security Standard
Meet PCI PIN compliance
Throughout the processing of online and offline payment card transactions at ATMs and POS terminals, the management, processing and transmission of personal identification number (PIN) data must meet the security requirements as specified in the PCI PIN security standard.
The key injection facilities (KIFs) who load cryptographic keys into the POS and ATM terminals, the certification authorities (CA) and registration authorities (RAs) who might be needed to authenticate cryptographic keys used in remote key loading methods, must also manage the cryptographic keys as per the PCI PIN security standard.
PCI PIN V3 security requirements
The latest PCI PIN security standard (i.e. PCI PIN V3) is a result of collaboration between PCI SSC and the Accredited Standards Committee (ASC X9) to create one unified PIN Security Standard for payment stakeholders.
Depending on your role in the payment ecosystem, you may need to comply with more than one PCI program.
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