ATLANTA -- ControlScan, a managed security and compliance solution provider, recently released PaySafe Connect, a managed security service that helps retailers using stand-alone payment terminals secure their systems in compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).
Stand-alone terminals are broadly deployed in large numbers, and businesses using them are required to annually self-attest to their PCI compliance using the Self-Assessment Questionnaire B-IP. PaySafe Connect enables retailers to meet firewall requirements and strengthen their security posture.
“PaySafe Connect gives retailers secure, redundant connectivity for their critical point-of-sale applications and devices,” said Mark Carl, CEO of ControlScan. “It’s an affordable and reliable approach to help maintain PCI compliance by securing the flow of payment transactions. Plus, PaySafe Connect ensures that payment transactions continue uninterrupted when broadband fails.”
- Keeps payment transactions secure and terminals operational;
- Provides PCI DSS compliance for stand-alone payment terminals;
- Applies security policies for both broadband and cellular connectivity;
- Eliminates manual backup processes and the lost sales that result from them; and
- Reduces excess dial lines and slow connections.
ControlScan managed security and compliance solutions help secure networks and protect payment card data. ControlScan works with thousands of companies, and it offers services such as managed UTM firewall, network log monitoring and management, and advanced endpoint security. Processors, acquirers, ISOs and payment facilitators also use ControlScan’s PCI compliance programs to reduce portfolio risk and strengthen merchant relationships.
With headquarters in Atlanta, ControlScan is globally connected through a worldwide base of customers, partners and strategic alliances. Its team has more than 25 industry certifications, and ControlScan is a certified Level 1 compliant PCI-DSS service provider.