We design considered PCI DSS-compliant AWS cloud infrastructures that give our e-commerce clients the advantages that come with scalability, global availability and reduced resource usage costs.
We’ve helped e-commerce clients migrate or to set up on AWS within a few months, and trained their in-house operations people (or person) to manage everything that’s needed day to day.
Built To Comply With PCI DSS
It takes experience to connect all the components of a cloud hosting service into a secure system that’s PCI DSS compliant and supports continuous delivery. Many companies learn the hard way how an infrastructure design choice early on can have an immense impact on how secure or compliant or easy-to-manage their system is as it scales up.
Hiring someone with the relevant PCI DSS and AWS cloud experience was a challenge for many of the clients we now work with. By working with their teams to design and build their new infrastructures, we’ve shared our experience, upskilling their teams in the process.
Designed around client priorities
To keep control of operations costs, each infrastructure is designed around our client’s priorities, rather than just by ticking off a list of standard practices or features.
Whatever those priorities may be, clients know that what they have at the end of the process is PCI DSS compliant, supports DevOps best practice, and does everything possible to protect their brand from the damage that a security breach could cause.