IT Governance releases PCI DSS v3.0 Documentation Toolkit on pre-order at Infosecurity Europe 2014

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is excited to announce that its niche IT-GRC publishing imprint, ITGP, will release its PCI DSS v3.0 Documentation Toolkit on 6 May 2014. This new niche product will be available on pre-order at Infosecurity Europe 2014 on 29 April – 1 May at Earl’s Court, London, where IT Governance is an exhibitor (stand # F103).


The PCI DSS v3.0 Documentation Toolkit provides organisations with a comprehensive set of pre-written PCI DSS v3.0-compliant documents, as well as highly useful desktop tools to help them analyse and navigate their way around PCI compliance.


Alan Calder, Founder and Executive Chairman of IT Governance, says: “By using this toolkit in compliance projects, organisations will benefit from the vast range of tried and tested document templates and guidance, making the project straightforward.


In particular, the PCI DSS v3.0 Documentation Toolkit includes newly developed tools and guidance:


  • PCI DSS v3.0 Document Checker

  • PCI DSS v3.0 Gap Analysis Tool

  • PCI DCC v3.0 and ISO27001:2013 Mapping Tool

  • Guidance on Scoping and Key Management

  • 2 licences to PCI DSS Staff Awareness eLearning

This toolkit will be particularly useful for all merchants and service providers, providing pre-written, compliant documentation templates for all of the mandatory PCI DSS v3.0 policies, and implementation guidelines that are easily customisable.


The PCI DSS v3.0 Documentation Toolkit has been developed by an official PCI QSA, and has been specifically designed to assist payment card-accepting organisations to become compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.


Those who pre-order this PCI DSS v3.0 Documentation Toolkit will receive it ahead of the release date, on 2 May 2014. Follow the link:

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