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3Credit Card Security Awareness Central Michigan UniversityPayroll and Travel ServicesCredit Card Security Awareness
4Agenda Merchant Account Manager PCI DSS – What is it? Cardholder Data vs Payment DataSecurity GuidelinesIncident Response PlanUpcoming ChangesQuestions
5Merchant Account Manager All departments accepting credit card payments are required to designate someone as the Merchant Account Manager. They will be responsible for the following…
6Merchant Account Manager ResponsibilitiesYou will be the main point of contact for all changes and updates to credit card processing. You are responsible for sharing this information with your dept.You are responsible for reporting/requesting any changes to online reporting access.Keep an updated list of employees who have access to cardholder data. This includes databases, filing cabinets, offices, etc.Contact Payroll and Travel Services to eliminate the merchant account if you no longer wish to accept credit cards.Reporting any changes to your credit card process to Payroll and Travel Services.
7Merchant Account Manager (cont.) Read, understand and follow the Merchant Operating Guide as well as the CMU Merchant Sites Security Guidelines. Make sure that all employees involved in the processing of credit card transactions do the same.Recognize the importance of credit card security and make sure that your department is processing transactions in a secure manner. Educate other individuals in your department about the importance of credit card security.In the event of a credit card breach/compromise, you will be responsible for reporting the issue to Payroll and Travel Services. You will be responsible for assisting with the investigation and resolving the incident. It is understood that it is the department’s responsibility to cover any fines/fees charged by the credit card companies for fraud related to negligence.Who in your department should be responsible for this?
8For more information about PCI DSS visit www.pcisecuritystandards.org Credit Card SecurityALL departments that accept credit cards (regardless of the volume of payments processed and the method used to process the payment) are required to comply with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).For more information about PCI DSS visit
9Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard – PCI DSS What is PCI Compliance? The PCI Data Security Standard represents a common set of industry tools and measurements to help ensure the safe handling of sensitive information. Initially created by aligning Visa's Account Information Security (AIS)/Cardholder Information Security (CISP) programs with MasterCard's Site Data Protection (SDP) program, the standard provides an actionable framework for developing a robust account data security process - including preventing, detecting and reacting to security incidents.For more information about PCI DSS visit
10PCI DSS LevelsAll merchants will fall into one of the four merchant levels based on transaction volume over a 12-month period.
11Merchant Requirements PCI DSS LevelsMerchant LevelMasterCardVisaMerchant RequirementsLevel 1>6 MM trans.Regardless of channel, orHacked/attacked in past, orOtherwise ID’d by V/MCReport on Compliance (ROC)Quarterly scan showing no high vulnerabilitiesLevel 2Any e-commerce merchant processing between 150M and 6MM transactions per yearAny merchant processing 1MM to 6 MM transactions per year.PCI self-assessment questionnaire (all “Yes” or “N/A”)Level 3Any e-commerce merchant processing between 20M and 150M transactions per yearAny e-commerce merchant processing between 20M and 1MM transactions per yearLevel 4All other merchants regardless of channelCompliance mandatoryValidation Optional
12Why is compliance so important? It is required in order to accept credit cards.We want to protect our customers.A security breach/compromise of cardholder data has many consequences.1. Regulatory notification requirements2. Loss of reputation3. Loss of customers4. Potential financial liabilities(regulatory and other fees and fines)5. LitigationFor more information about PCI DSS visit
13For more information about PCI DSS visit www.pcisecuritystandards.org PCI DSS RequirementsBuild and Maintain a Secure NetworkRequirement 1Install and maintain a firewall configuration to protect cardholder dataRequirement 2Do not use vendor-supplied defaults for system passwords and other security parametersProtect Cardholder DataRequirement 3Protect stored cardholder dataRequirement 4Encrypt transmission of cardholder data across open, public networksMaintain a Vulnerability Management ProgramRequirement 5Use and regularly update anti-virus softwareRequirement 6Develop and maintain secure systems and applicationsFor more information about PCI DSS visit
14PCI DSS Requirements cont. Implement Strong Access Control MeasuresRequirement 7Restrict access to cardholder data by business need-to-knowRequirement 8Assign a unique ID to each person with computer accessRequirement 9Restrict physical access to cardholder dataRegularly Monitor and Test NetworksRequirement 10Track and monitor all access to network resources and cardholder dataRequirement 11Regularly test security systems and processesMaintain an Information Security PolicyRequirement 12Maintain a policy that addresses information securityFor more information about PCI DSS visit
15PCI DSS Requirements cont. If you are using a PCI Approved Service ProviderQuestionnaire A (11 Questions)Includes physical access and security policiesIf you are using a dialup terminalQuestionnaire B (24 Questions)Protect stored data, “Need to know”, physical access and security policiesIf you are using an IP terminal or processing credit cards on CMUs networkQuestionnaire C or D (32 to 226 Questions)Must comply with all sections of the standard and complete Quarterly network scansFor more information about PCI DSS visit
16What needs to be done to comply? CMU has already done many things to comply.Many departments are using PCI approved service providers.Other departments have changed their processes.Providing credit card security awareness training.Updated contracts to include PCI language.Updated policies and procedures.For more information about PCI DSS visit
17For more information about PCI DSS visit www.pcisecuritystandards.org What do I need to do?PROTECT CARDHOLDER DATA!!!Every department that accepts credit card payments needs to evaluate their current credit card process and verify that they are doing everything possible to ensure the security of cardholder data.Two truths about PCI ComplianceIt is very possible that your costs for card acceptance will go up.You may have to change the way you process payment cards.For more information about PCI DSS visit
18What information needs to be protected? Not all information related to a credit card transaction need to be protected.There is cardholder data and payment data.Payment data should be kept for auditing purposes.Cardholder data should not be stored.
19Cardholder Data vs Payment Data Payment data includesCardholder nameTransaction dateLast 4 Digits of credit card numberAuthorization codeCard typeAmountThis information should be stored for 3 years per the record retention schedule.
20Cardholder Data vs Payment Data Cardholder Data – Should NOT be stored.
21CVV2 – 3 or 4 digit codeNEVER store CVV2 data (3 or 4 digit code found on the back of a card)If you have this stored somewhere – DESTROY IT.If it is stored in old records, you need to go back and DESTORY IT.In the event of a compromise, if you have this information, the severity of the compromise greatly increases.*If your terminal asks for this code and you would rather not be responsible for it, let me know and we can have your terminal reprogrammed to not ask for this code.
22Cardholder Data vs Payment Data Cardholder data – You do not need it, SO DON’T STORE IT.Misconception - I need to keep the credit card number.Process refund – There are other ways to do this.Ask the cardholder for their card number.You can get the credit card number off of the processorsonline reporting website.If you are using an approved service providers website, you do not need to cardholder data to process a refund.You can call the processors helpdesk for assistance.Any other reasons you need cardholder data?*Think about whether the storage of cardholder data and the business purpose it supports are worth the risk of having data compromised.
23Cardholder DataTake inventory of all the places you store cardholder data and destroy it especially if you have the CVV2 (3 or 4 digit code).*Exception – Terminal Merchants: if the full 16 digit card number is printed on the merchant receipts, you are allowed to store these in a secure location because the payment data is also included. FYI…We will be changing all CMU terminals to only print the last 4 digits in the next 2 months.
24To see all Security Guidelines go to www.controller.cmich.edu. If you are a terminal merchant, accept cardholder data by telephone, mail, or in person only, not through electronic mail.All face-to-face transactions should have the payment card present and obtain a signature. Always verify that the card is valid and signed. Compare signatures and check for ID where possible and feasible.When it is necessary to store cardholder data prior to processing the transaction, it must be stored in a “secure” environment.Secure environments include locked drawers, file cabinets, offices and safes.All documentation containing cardholder data must be destroyed in a manner that will render them unreadable (cross-cut shredded) after the payment has been processed.To see all Security Guidelines go to
25To see all Security Guidelines go to www.controller.cmich.edu. Cardholder receipts generated from a point-of-sale terminal must include only the last four digits of the account number. The expiration date must be excluded.Merchant receipts generated from a point-of-sale terminal must exclude the card expiration date and should only have the last 4 digits of the account number. (beginning Oct 2008)Transactions should be batched on a daily basis to get better rates and to clear out credit card transactions. Access to cardholder information should be limited to only those individuals whose job requires such access.To see all Security Guidelines go to
26To see all Security Guidelines go to www.controller.cmich.edu. Merchants are required, in good faith, to maintain a fair policy for the exchange and return of merchandise and for resolving disputes over merchandise and/or services purchased with a payment card. If a transaction is for non-returnable, non-refundable merchandise, this must be indicated on all copies of the sales draft before the cardholder signs it. A copy of your return policy must be displayed in public view.Merchants should not, under any circumstances, pay any card refund or adjustment to a cardholder in cash. If cash is refunded and the cardholder files a dispute your department will bear the loss of income from the transaction.Retain the payment data from all transactions and any original, signed documentation in a secure location for a minimum of 3 years per record retention guidelines.Wherever possible, storage areas should be protected against destruction or potential damage from physical hazards, like fire or floods.To see all Security Guidelines go to
27To see all Security Guidelines go to www.controller.cmich.edu. Under no circumstances should cardholder data be entered and stored on any computer database in the department unless it is part of a secure system that has been approved by Payroll and Travel Services.Cardholder data must remain in the department processing the transaction. This information should never be distributed to another department.All cardholder data and payment information should be classified as confidential. If it is necessary to send payment data to a third party it should be done by a secured courier or other delivery method that can be accurately tracked.To see all Security Guidelines go to
28To see all Security Guidelines go to www.controller.cmich.edu. All employees involved in the processing of credit card transactions must read, understand and follow the Merchant Operating Guide as well as the CMU Merchant Sites Security Guidelines.Duties within a department should be segregated so that one person does not perform processing from the beginning to the end of a process. For example, one employee should not be processing credit cards, recording the revenue and reconciling the accounts.Payroll and Travel Services must be contacted if you are disposing of any credit card processing equipment. This includes terminals and computers used to process transactions.Questions?To see all Security Guidelines go to
29Additional Guidelines Do not store cardholder data in student files.Do not copy or distribute documents that has cardholder data on it.If you are accepting cardholder data on a form, put the payment section at the bottom of the form. Once the payment is processed, cut the cardholder data off and destroy it (cross-cut shredded).To see all Security Guidelines go to
30Incident Response Plan In the event that one or more credit cards have been compromised or appear to have been compromised, it is the responsibility of the department to inform Payroll and Travel Services immediately.If you receive a call from your approved service provider regarding an actual or suspected breach, contact Payroll and Travel Services ASAP.A compromise can include documentation with cardholder data as well as cardholder data located on computer systems.
31Incident Response Plan – Steps to be taken (Terminal Merchants) Contain and limit your exposure and contact Payroll and Travel Services ASAP.An assessment of the situation will be made.Payroll and Travel Services will contact the appropriate parties (this includes our payment processor, CMU Police, the Associate VP of Financial Services and Reporting, Internal Audit, Public Relations and Marketing).The Merchant Account Manager will need to be available for questions and will need to help complete the Incident Response Report.Depending on the situation, a Forensic Investigation may be necessary.Once the situation has been resolved, a meeting will be set up to go over your credit card process and changes may be made.
32What do I need to do…Assign a Merchant Account Manager for your department.Train other employees in your office that handle cardholder data the importance of security.Review your current credit card process and make necessary changes to be secure.Destroy cardholder data that is currently being stored.
33Questions??? Helpful Websites CMU Merchant Services Payment Card Industry Data Security Standardhttps://www.pcisecuritystandards.org