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When will NYC1 datacenter be PCI compliant?

My droplets are in NYC1 data center, but I need my solution to be PCI compliant. Do I have to move them to NYC2 or NYC3? They are all setup with firewall rules, private networking, volumes mounted, etc. Not a small task to move them all to a different data center.


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Hello, @jeff93eceb16c6f

If you are able to wait a couple months, I would recommend holding off on transferring your resources over to NYC2 or NYC3.

PCI Compliance paperwork for NYC1 has hit some COVID-related delays, but is imminent.

I will ping you here when the update is available.

You can check the Datacenter colocation attestations & certifications using this link: https://www.digitalocean.com/legal/certifications/

To request an NDA for a SOC report/certificate listed below, or if you have any other compliance-related questions please contact our Customer Support team - https://www.digitalocean.com/company/contact/

Hope this helps!

Regards, Alex

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Hello there,

I’m sorry for the delayed response. Here on this link you can check the PCI DSS compliance for NYC1:

https://www.digitalocean.com/trust/certification-reports/

Hope this helps! Regards, Alex