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ECommLink joins PCI Security Standards Council

20 May 2010  |  5952 views  |  0 Source: eCommLink

eCommLink, a leading value-added prepaid debit card processor, has announced its status as a participating organization with the PCI Security Standards Council.

The affiliation unites the company with the other industry leaders and holds eCommLink to criterion beyond the basic PCI requirements.

"Security and compliance within our organization and our domestic and international clients is our highest priority," states eCommLink CEO, Ennio Ponzetto. "This is evidenced by our increased investment in these areas. Our dedicated compliance officer ensures our adherence to industry policies, procedures and practices, and we recently hired a senior information security engineer to enforce our data security standards at an even higher level."

Victor Newsom, Chief Operations Officer and Executive Vice President of Business Development concurs. "eCommLink is committed to providing the most secure prepaid processing environment for our clients and their cardholders. Membership and participation in this internationally recognized organization impels us to maintain the highest standards and follow industry best practices to ensure customer security and satisfaction."

The company has been independently audited for compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and holds Level 1.2 certification.


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