Last Updated on: 22nd November 2023, 06:57 am
A24, a leading provider of payment technology solutions, has announced the successful achievement of the global compliance Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 4.0 for their Multicloud Hardware Security Module as a Service (HSMaaS).
The upgraded PCI DSS v4.0, which replaces the previous version 3.2.1, was developed to tackle evolving threats and technologies by fostering innovative methods to secure cardholder data and reduce security breaches.
Terry Warren, A24’s Global CEO, commented: “Encryption standards are rising, and data security threats are growing, therefore the evolution of PCI DSS version 3 to version 4 is an important response to strengthen protect and defend payments using improved protocols. We are extremely delighted to have gained the latest PCI DSS standard as it is critical to have the highest security standards. It demonstrates our unwavering commitment to fortifying our clients’ and their client’s data security, especially in highly regulated industries in today’s ever-increasingly challenging digital landscape.”
A24’s Multicloud HSMaaS payment technology solution for banking, card payment & fintech companies encompasses all stages of security, payment transactions processing, key management and custodian procedures and is fully PCI-DSS V4.0 compliant.
The company is also attending Singapore Fintech Festival 2023 this week, as part of the distinguished Austrade Stand. A24 joins 15 other innovative companies in showcasing their contributions to the APAC region’s fintech sector.
Jessica Melky-Macnamara, from Manning & Co, said: “A24 has demonstrated their commitment to upholding the highest standards of information security, particularly for highly regulated industries, like Government & the payments. We are proud to be part of this important milestone.”
For media inquiries or to arrange an interview, please contact Jessica Melky-Macnamara from Manning & Co via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or 0411 586 244.