Comprehensive PCI Protection The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) applies to companies of any size that accept credit card payments. If your company intends to accept card payment, and store, process and transmit cardholder data, you need to host your data securely with a PCI compliant hosting provider.

If you accept credit cards for payment you have both a contractual obligation to your bank, as well as an ethical obligation to your customers to protect user data by becoming PCI compliant. This means different things to different companies depending on how they handle the card data and how many credit card transactions they process.

There are three critical questions any hosting provider needs to ask:

  • What is your merchant level?
  • What is the applicable PCI SAQ validation type?
  • What is “in-scope” for PCI compliance on your network?

Be wary of anyone who doesn’t ask these questions right from the beginning before giving you a proposal!

Get a free evaluation of your PCI situation.

Always remember: Compliance is not an end in itself. The ultimate goal of compliance is protecting Payment Card Information (PCI) by not having a breach!


Instant compliance with HIPAA, NIST SP-800-66, NIST SP-800-53, and other federal standards the government audits against.

Security Controls

Controls developed straight from USGCB (US Government Configuration Baseline), NSA Hardening Guide, CIS benchmarks, and more.

Continuous Monitoring

Round-the-clock analysis of system logs and network traffic and system administrators available to you 24/7/365 means total peace of mind.

Breach Protection

Cutting-edge software and hardware, onsite security, and bulletproof glass are just some of the best-in-class protections all Copilotco customers receive.