Voltage Security, the global leader in end-to-end data protection, today announced it has been selected by Myob to enhance their ongoing PCI compliance initiatives in Australia and New Zealand.
After an extensive, formal, competitive review, Voltage SecureData was selected by MYOB because of its ability to further enhance the protection of cardholder data, enabling the reduction in the number of applications from PCI audit scope and resulting in a significant reduction in potential compliance costs.
Voltage SecureData, featuring innovative Format-Preserving Encryption (FPE), was also selected for its streamlined key management and speed of implementation. "Flexibility and simplicity in deployment are critical requirements for organizations looking to comply with PCI requirements," said Mark Bower, vice president of product management, Voltage Security. "We offer the broadest offering of solutions including end-to-end encryption, tokenization and data masking, along with quick deployment options, and that's what appealed to MYOB," continued Bower.
"We are dedicated to constantly improving the way in which we protect the integrity of our client's information and the selection of Voltage is just another example of our commitment. Voltage SecureData will assist us to lower our compliance costs and is designed for rapid integration into MYOB's existing infrastructure," said Simon Raik-Allen, MYOB's Chief Technology Officer.
Assisting Voltage was SynerGisteX, a leading system integrator based in Sydney, Australia, with extensive experience in architecting and implementing end-to-end encryption solutions.