Compliance Review

Don’t navigate the compliance issues surrounding information processed through ATMs and POS terminals alone. BKD professionals can help you evaluate your financial institution’s technical, operational and security-related policies and procedures. 

Our TR-39 certified auditors have the necessary tools to help you evaluate vulnerabilities in storage and encryption. Areas you should look to protect include:

  • Customer PINs
  • PIN encryption keys
  • Key encryption keys

BKD’s IT Risk Services team can help you test and document for:

  • PIN Security Compliance:  An audit can verify that the electronic storage and transmission of PINS is securely conducted in accordance with ANSI standards.
  • Key Management:  A review can verify that the generation, storage, transportation, usage, and destruction of keys complies with ANSI standards.

The Pulse and STAR networks require all processing members to comply with a TR-39 audit every two years, and the NYCE network requires the same of all directly connected processing members. Contact BKD for your next TR-39 compliance review. 

Our article, “Pulse Network Now Requires Audit,” summarizes the change to compliance standards surrounding transactions and information processed through ATMs and POS terminals.

Cindy Boyle

Partner

Cindy Boyle

Partner

Financial Services
Not-for-Profit & Government

400 W. Capitol Avenue, Suite 2500
P.O. Box 3667
Little Rock, AR 72203-3667 (72201)

Little Rock
501.372.1040

Ronald Hulshizer

Managing Director

Ronald Hulshizer

Managing Director

Financial Services

Two Leadership Square South Tower
211 N. Robinson Avenue, Suite 600
Oklahoma City, OK 73102-9421

Oklahoma City
405.606.2580

Jan Hertzberg

Director

Jan Hertzberg

Director

1901 S. Meyers Road, Suite 500
Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181-5209

Chicago
630.282.9500

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