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Jesse Eldell

Jesse Eldell is a Senior Associate with Schellman. Prior to joining the firm in 2023, Jesse worked as a Security Assessor providing consultative services across many different organization types, ranging from PCI-DSS compliance services, SOC attestation services, and IT service management. As a Senior Associate with Schellman, Jesse focuses primarily on PCI engagements for organizations spanning many different industries.

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Payment Card Assessments

By: Jesse Eldell
April 11th, 2024

m;These days, to survive amidst the fierce competition of online commerce, merchants must prove they can safeguard sensitive cardholder data, and that means attaining and maintaining PCI compliance. And while the Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) A is often considered one of the more appealing routes to achieving that compliance, PCI DSS v4.0 has added new requirements to the SAQ A regarding Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV) scans.

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