Security and compliance

Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) are a set of mandatory security requirements designed to ensure merchants process, transmit and store cardholder data securely. Complying with PCI DSS is mandatory. Information below will assist you in becoming compliant and the process to be followed.

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How to access the Lloyds Bank Cardnet PCI DSS online portal
Find out what the portal is and how to access it.

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How to log on to your PCI DSS portal
What you’ll need to access the portal for the first time.

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How to set up your PCI DSS merchant profile
When you first log on, you’ll need to set up your profile.

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How to personalise your PCI DSS portal User ID
Personalise your access settings including user name and password.

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PCI DSS Compliance
Find out more about your PCI DSS requirements and how to stay compliant. 

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