Brabeion Joins PCI Alliance

Brabeion Software joins PCI Security Vendor Alliance and helps major retailers meet PCI data security standard deadlines

RESTON, Va. -- Brabeion Software, a leader in IT Risk and Compliance Management, today announced that it has joined the Payment Card Industry Security Vendor Alliance (PCI SVA). As a member, Brabeion will partner with member companies of the payment card industry to educate the business community on the requirements and associated business value of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Brabeion also announced today the availability of its PCI whitepaper that defines how to design, measure and monitor IT controls for a PCI compliance management system. Brabeion’s solution is already helping major retailers meet PCI requirements by improving and automating compliance reporting while reducing risks and costs. These customers include Chevron and DirecTV as well as a Fortune 500 global beverage company, a Fortune 100 cosmetics company and a Fortune 500 transportation company.

Recent industry studies have shown that nearly half of PCI DSS regulated companies are not yet in compliance – and that regular testing is the main failure point for audited companies. Brabeion is driving a new class of IT Governance, Risk & Compliance (IT GRC) tools which bring a more strategic and sustainable approach to compliance programs.

“The Brabeion software platform can quickly add value by automating an integrated policy program, its accompanying procedures and auditable IT controls so that organizations can repeatedly test for and successfully meet PCI DSS requirements. For organizations complying with multiple regulations, Brabeion offers a scalable and cost-effective approach for unifying governance, risk and compliance management,” said Steve Schlarman, chief compliance strategist for Brabeion Software.

Brabeion Inc.

The Payment Card Industry Security Vendor Alliance (PCI SVA)

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