18 January 2018
visit www.ebaday.com

UL expands PCI DSS services for North Asia market

05 February 2015  |  1872 views  |  0 Source: UL

UL is pleased to announce their PCI DSS (PCI Data Security Standard) services can be provided locally in North Asia due to gaining a new Qualified Security Assessor (QSA).

UL is one of the QSA companies that was qualified by the PCI Council to have their employees assess compliance to the PCI DSS standard.

UL has been a QSA company since 2008 and has expanded its PCI DSS capability with the addition of a QSA is based in Hong Kong. This enables the delivery of local PCI DSS assessment and consulting services.

Andrew Jamieson, PCI Manager at UL’s Transaction Security division in Australia, commented: “We’re very proud that our staff member Kelvin Lee has obtained the qualification as a QSA. It adds to his existing experience with other PCI services such as PTS and PIN, providing a truly unique combination of skills in the North Asian region. His local language skills will be a great benefit to our customers as well. We aim to continue to provide our customers with industry leading support, and will be continuing to grow our PCI services throughout Asia Pacific in 2015. ” PCI DSS covers the protection of cardholder data in an operational environment. UL is accredited to perform this and other approval programs including PTS, PA-DSS, PIN Security and P2PE.

Comments: (0)

Comment on this story (membership required)

Related blogs

Create a blog about this story (membership required)
visit www.thomsonreuters.infovisit www.vasco.comvisit www.niceactimize.com

Top topics

Most viewed Most shared
Europe begins Open Banking era in subdued styleEurope begins Open Banking era in subdued...
10677 views comments | 32 tweets | 36 linkedin
Crypto mining threatened by power capacity concernsCrypto mining threatened by power capacity...
10121 views comments | 17 tweets | 18 linkedin
Wells Fargo to close 900 branchesWells Fargo to close 900 branches
9709 views comments | 14 tweets | 16 linkedin
KFC introduces Bitcoin BucketKFC introduces Bitcoin Bucket
9241 views comments | 17 tweets | 16 linkedin
FinTech Scotland appoints new CEOFinTech Scotland appoints new CEO
8205 views comments | 8 tweets | 6 linkedin

Featured job

Competitive base + commission
London, UK

Find your next job