Guide to PCI DSS 1.2 Compliance With Voltage SecureData
Source: Voltage Security
With the introduction of PCI DSS 1.2, organizations processing and storing credit card data must define a program for strict compliance to a set of well-defined audit requirements in twelve areas of cardholder data management and privacy. Compliance with the regulation can be painful and disruptive, even without careful planning and consideration for pending requirements such as end-to-end encryption. Voltage SecureData addresses this complexity head on, resulting in an enterprise encryption platform that is not only easy to use and integrate into complex and high scale card processing infrastructure for PCI compliance, but also as an extensible platform for any private data privacy requirements such as protecting government tax IDs, Social Security numbers, name and address, and so on, for enterprise and business applications both internal and external.