Ai To Be PCI DSS v3.1 Compliant By June 1st, 2016.


PCI DSS Compliant

As part of Attendee Interactive’s (Ai) continuous effort to comply with PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) compliance regulations and security enhancements, Ai has initiated plans to be fully PCI DSS v3.1 compliant by June 1, 2016. Ai will be implementing a Risk Mitigation and Migration Plan to outline internal and external steps required to meet the PCI DSS v3.1 June 30, 2016 deadline. Trustwave, our compliance management and oversight organization, has approved our plan. Since meeting PCI DSS v3.1 compliance may affect all users of Ai’s web systems, we recommend you and your IT department review the following articles in preparation for the June 30, 2016 deadline.

A First Look at PCI DSS 3.1:

PCI DSS v3.1 and SSL: What you should do NOW:

TLS/SSL Support History of Web Browsers:

Beginning early 2016, Ai will be posting an informative notification on all end-user websites, advising those whom are operating a non-PCI DSS v3.1 compliant web browser to upgrade accordingly. In May 2016, users operating a non-compliant web browser will receive a different message stating their web browser will no longer be supported on or after June 1, 2016. Both messages will be accompanied with informational links regarding compliant web browsers


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After June 15, 2016, in order to comply with PCI regulations, you may not be able to access this website from your current Internet Browser because it is not TLS 1.1 compliant. Older versions of Internet Browsers lack support for modern web standards. Most importantly, they do not have the vital security features necessary to ensure the safe transaction of our clients' personal information.
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