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Merchant-Accounts.ca, Comodo Partner

Merchant-Accounts.ca and Comodo announce partnership to deliver PCI compliance and Web vulnerability scanning to Canadian customers

JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- Comodo, a global Certification Authority and leading provider of Identity and Trust Assurance Management solutions has announced a strategic partnership with Merchant-Accounts.ca, an innovative Canadian merchant account service provider, to offer Comodo’s range of PCI (Payment Card Industry) compliancy and security scanning tools to Canadian eMerchants.

Merchant-Accounts.ca delivers merchant accounts and credit card processing solutions for small and mid-sized Canadian businesses. A synergistic addition to Merchant-Accounts’ offerings are Comodo’s advanced suite of security and anti-hacker tools. With these services, Merchant-Accounts.ca customers will achieve improved website security, prevent attacks from hackers, and maintain PCI compliance.

"PCI compliance is a security standard that must be adhered to by all merchants that transmit or store sensitive cardholder data, but it has not always been easy for small and mid-sized merchants to comply with these new requirements," commented David Goodale, CEO of Merchant-Accounts.ca. "We have chosen to partner with Comodo because they offer highly effective and advanced security tools that are within the grasp of a typical mid-sized Canadian merchant. Comodo delivers the best of all worlds; cost effective solutions that are easy to use with an extremely advanced suite of tools to maintain a secure website environment."

Comodo Group

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