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BT Buynet Picks Cybertrust

BT Buynet has teamed with Cybertrust to work to achieve and maintain compliance with the PCI DSS

HERNDON, Va. -- BT Buynet, a provider of credit and debit card processing services for UK merchants, has teamed with global information security specialist Cybertrust® to work to achieve and maintain compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

BT Buynet is a major provider of card processing services with clients including UGC Cinemas, Bosch and O2. The company also holds the world record for most online donations in one day for the DEC Tsunami Appeal. Cybertrust is providing BT Buynet with PCI scanning and certification services.

Paul Cunningham, systems architect from BT Buynet comments, “As BT Buynet is a major presence in the UK card processing sector, we are required to provide proof of our compliance from a Visa-accredited security specialist. With our certification from Cybertrust, Visa can confidently advise merchants that BT Buynet is a capable and secure processing company to work with. We chose Cybertrust because of their world-renowned reputation as a trusted security advisor, the skills and expertise of their team and their broad understanding of information security and capability. “

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