October 12, 2017
Netsurion, a leading provider of remotely-managed data and network security services for multi-location businesses, today announced that it will co-host a live-video webcast with Vantiv, Inc., a leading provider of payments processing services and related technology solutions for merchants and financial institutions, on Oct. 19. The presentation aims to dispel myths and inform merchants on how point-to-point encryption (P2PE) and EMV fit into the cybersecurity puzzle, plus how PCI compliance is impacted.
According to the 2017 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, retail, restaurant, and hotel merchants suffered the greatest from point-of-sale (POS) intrusions in 2016. And soon, ransomware could hit these payment systems, halting merchant transactions in their tracks and costing large sums of money…from paying the ransom or, if prepared, enacting restoration measures.
Unfortunately, experts at Netsurion and Vantiv often hear, “I’ll switch to P2PE, so I won’t need anything else to protect my business.” Sure, P2PE devalues data, makes it unreadable if stolen and reduces PCI scope—but it is not enough alone.
Cybersecurity is already complex. This common misconception is causing undue frustration and intolerable levels of risk.
During this webcast, participants will learn:
Netsurion® delivers an adaptive managed security solution that integrates our XDR platform with your existing security investments and technology stack, easily scaling to fit your business needs. Netsurion's managed offering includes our 24x7 SOC that operates as your trusted cybersecurity partner, working closely with your IT team to strengthen your cybersecurity posture. Our solution delivers Managed Threat Protection so you can confidently focus on your core business.
Headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, FL with a global team of security analysts and engineers, Netsurion is a leader in Managed Extended Detection & Response (MXDR). Learn more at netsurion.com.
Sherlyn Rijos, Montner Tech PR