Have you ever wondered what security measures your institution has in place to secure the PIN of users' cards when they pay at a supermarket, in a restaurant or make withdrawals at an ATM?
Is your PIN secure? How is the transmission? What security measures have been implemented?. The PIN (card identification number) is a unique and extremely sensitive piece of data that, if compromised with the associated card details, can result in fraudulent activity leading to financial loss.
This is what PCI PIN Security Requirements does. It is a PCI standard that covers PIN security for online and offline payment transactions at ATMs and point-of-sale (POS) terminals, allowing you to manage the secure processing and transmission of PINs.