PCI Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE)™ Components
This listing is a resource for use by PCI P2PE Solution Providers, Component Providers, or for merchants implementing their own Merchant Managed Solution - MMS. A P2PE Component is a subset of P2PE services intended for use as part of a P2PE Solution. Use of a P2PE Component on its own does not constitute use of a P2PE Solution.
P2PE Components with an Expired Validation - These are PCI-listed P2PE Components whose validation approval has expired as described in the P2PE Program Guide. Please contact the payment brands for information regarding the use of expired P2PE Products. P2PE Components with an expired validation are listed separately here.
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Dates in orange represent a P2PE Product that has not been revalidated in accordance with P2PE program requirements (up to 90 days overdue).
Dates in red represent a P2PE Product that has not been revalidated in accordance with P2PE program requirements (more than 90 days overdue).
Validated P2PE Products that have not been revalidated in accordance with P2PE program requirements within 180 days of their Annual Revalidation date or Reassessment date, as applicable, will be transferred to the P2PE Expired Listings.
Annually at year 1 and 2, based on the date of the P2PE Product's Acceptance, the P2PE Vendor is required to submit an updated P2PE Attestation of Validation for their Validated P2PE Product. Refer to the P2PE Program Guide for further information.
Validated P2PE Products require a Full Assessment every three years based on the date of the P2PE Product's Acceptance. Refer to the P2PE Program Guide for further information.
Indicates the P2PE Product is using a dependency (P2PE Component, P2PE Application, and/or POI Device) that is not in accordance with applicable P2PE Program Guide requirements (e.g., Annual Revalidation, Reassessment, etc.). Click on the listing "Details" to find the dependency, or dependencies, that are flagged with this icon. Refer to the P2PE Program Guide for more information.