American Payment Systems has joined forces with ControlScan, a provider of payment card industry (PCI) compliance and security solutions for small- to medium-sized merchants, to help its merchants meet mandatory requirements set forth by the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC).
“American Payment Systems has partnered with ControlScan to help our merchants achieve PCI compliance and maintain long term security for their businesses,” said Steven Cartwright, chief operating officer, American Payment Systems. “Not only is ControlScan’s programme easy for us to implement, but we can now provide our merchants with an easy-to-use solution, backed by a personal level of service, to help them achieve PCI compliance and protect their customers’ sensitive information.”
American Payment Systems merchants will now have access to ControlScan’s PCI 1-2-3 compliance solution, available online via a web-based merchant portal called myControlScan.com, which provides merchants with the leading tools and support necessary to analyse, remediate and validate PCI compliance.
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