As well as moving to a payment page entirely hosted by Adyen, merchants have to implement a change-detection alerting mechanism (File Integrity Monitoring, ‘FIM’). The purpose of the FIM is to check for unauthorized modifications in files responsible for the redirect towards Adyen. Merchants are expected to continuously keep the payment page safe and secure. Additionally, the merchant must maintain and document an internal process to test that the FIM is implemented properly and working effectively.
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- How can I complete the Prioritised Approach Tool (PAT)?
- What do the ‘Additional Security Measures’ entail?
- What will be required of us at the end of the year with regards to PCI DSS?
- For what period does the PAT cover?
- What if I am using HPP integration?
- What happens to my PCI compliance after June 2020?
- What is Adyen's standpoint on the end of support of Magento 1?
- What are the consequences of staying on Magento 1?
- Why should I complete the PAT if we do not handle payment card data e.g. I am integrating with Pay by Link?
- What does being "PCI compliant" mean? And why I am non-compliant?