In today’s CardFlash News Que: FIRST ANNAPOLIS (Schwarcz); SHIFT4 (TrueTokenization): COALFIRE (InstaMed); and TASKER (Flint Mobile).
FIRST ANNAPOLIS – First Annapolis Consulting announced that Myron Schwarcz has been promoted to Principal. Myron manages the firm’s Strategic Sourcing practice and advises U.S. and international clients on large-scale sourcing matters as they relate to payment processing, servicing, and other critical functions. He joined First Annapolis in 2007 and has been instrumental in the growth of First Annapolis and the success of our clients.
SHIFT4 – Shift4 announced the 10-year anniversary of TrueTokenization, the first tokenization solution for payment card data on the market. TrueTokenization, which continues to be the most reliable and secure method for protecting cardholder data, has successfully surpassed more than six billion transactions since 2005.
COALFIRE – Coalfire Systems Inc. (Coalfire), a respected Payment Card Industry (PCI) Payment Application – Qualified Security Assessor (PA-QSA) company, released a white paper with InstaMed, the leading Healthcare Payments Network, confirming how InstaMed solutions reduce PCI scope for healthcare organizations under PCI DSS 3.X. As part of the white paper, Coalfire offers its assessment and validation of the security of InstaMed’s healthcare payment solutions for new use cases, including eCommerce Payments, NFC/EMV point of sale transactions, and mobile payments, such as Apple Pay.
TASKER – Tasker Payment Gateways has positioned itself to help its clients adapt to new ways of doing business. Pursuant to an agreement with Flint Mobile to become an authorized reseller of its mobile app, the company has created a helpful resource on its website to help users understand this newcomer to the world of internet sales, compare the features of the app with other gateways, and determine whether this new approach to accepting credit cards is right for their business.