How to Legally Segment Company with two divisions one PCI-compliant and the other non PCI-Compliant to maintain status.

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We are thinking of acquiring a company which has a product which is not pci compliant. We are PCI-Compliant and want to Legally Segment the company so we can pass next years audit while we work to bring the other division into pci compliance. Would setting up a Holding company with two divsions work so that each would have it's own audit? What other ways could we do this.

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  • Kevin Beaver
    Setting up a holding company seems like a bit much...This sounds more like a question for your lawyer(s). In the meantime, is there any reason you can't segment (physically and/or logically) the network?
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