Financial Compliance and Security

Financial compliance applies to many organizations that handle the exchange of currency between them and their clients. Most cyber-attacks are financially motivated, which means your financial service is a potential target.


Let CorpInfoTech protect your client's financial assets by making sure you business is compliant with any of the following:

PCI Compliance

Payment card industry (PCI) compliance is required by credit card companies to ensure the secure transactions of payments made through credit cards. If you're a merchant who takes these kinds of payments, you're responsible for maintaining compliance.

FINRA Compliance

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) ensures the integrity and fairness of the U.S. financial markets. FINRA regulates broker-dealer firms, capital acquisition brokers, and funding portals. If applicable, make sure your business is FINRA compliant.

SEC Compliance

The Securities and Exchange Commission protects investors, regulates markets, and "facilitates capital formation". Private financial service organizations who work with the SEC or FINRA are responsible for complying with all cyber security regulations in place.

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