Omise receives Payment Card Industry (DSS) 3.2 Security Compliance making them first in Thailand to achieve this milestone

Omise, Southeast Asia’s leader in online payment processing and risk management, announced today that it has achieved the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 3.2 from the PCI Council for its online payment platform, making it the first payment gateway in Thailand to receive this most recent version of the certification.

PCI DSS is a comprehensive card security standard regulated by the worlds’ leading card associations; American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard and Visa, that evaluates a payment account data security by assessing the processor’s network and software architecture along with its security policies and data protective procedures. This attestation is required by any provider who stores, processes or transmits cardholder data.

Today’s announcement further demonstrates the company’s commitment to payment security technology leadership after it announced in late 2014 that it was the first online payment gateway in Thailand to ever receive PCI compliance in all 3 scopes including storing, processing and transmitting card data.

“Integrating with us means that merchants don’t have to be PCI compliant.” said Frederico Araujo, Chief Information Officer at Omise. “Since Omise is PCI DSS compliant, we are able to handle all credit card storage, processing and transmission. Without PCI DSS it would not be possible to process any credit card information.”

Frederico further adds, “PCI DSS is crucial for the long term success between Omise and our customers. This includes extended and continuous monitoring and identification of threats. Omise has a dedicated security team that continuously monitors all systems and can take immediate action whenever a suspicious alert occurs. A data breach can be devastating to any business dealing with credit card data. In fact most businesses never recover as the losses are so high.”