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Power2Process Implements StillSecure for PCI

StillSecure's products pmplemented to help achieve PCI compliance

SUPERIOR, Colo. -- StillSecureR, provider of secure network infrastructure software, today announced that Power2ProcessSM is implementing three of StillSecure's networking and security solutions to reduce the risk of a security breach, better protect customer data, and assist with compliance of industry regulations. As a company in the prepaid card market, Power2Process is required to meet standards set forth by the Payment Card Industry (PCI) regulation.

PCI compliance is a set of security standards that were created by the major credit card companies (American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB, MasterCard Worldwide, and Visa International) to protect their customers from increasing identity theft and security breaches. Financial institutions, internet vendors and retail merchants are all required to be PCI compliant.

Power2Process works with companies to help make their card programs profitable through its innovative solutions for transaction processing and program support services, as well as providing value-added features such as bill pay, money transfer, and card reloading. Power2Process supports all types of prepaid and stored-value card programs including gift cards, personal spending accounts, family and teen cards, payroll, and business incentive cards.

"StillSecure's suite of products helps bolster our network security efforts by pin-pointing holes in our network, working through appropriate remediation efforts, and moving us closer to PCI compliance," said Erich Beyer, Data Center Supervisor at Power2Process. "We decided on StillSecure because we had three main areas of security concerns - NAC, IDS/IPS, and vulnerability management - and StillSecure has top products in each of these categories. Not only do we now have great products securing our network, but we also have a true partnership to help address our security concerns."

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