The Payment Card Industry Security Vendor Alliance has added eleven new members; ArcSight, BOSaNOVA, CallCopy, Compliance Spectrum, GigaFin Networks, NetClarity, Princeton Softech, an IBM company, TELUS Security Solutions, United Security Providers, and Solidcore, and Ounce Labs.
NJ-based Princeton Softech is among the first 24 companies to have joined the Payment Card Industry “Strategic Vendor Alliance”. The PCI SVA was founded by a group of leading data security firms, including ConfigureSoft, Cyber-Ark, Modulo Security, Proginet, Protegrity, Reflex Security and Safe-Net to provide the best in technology solutions and services to retailers, e-commerce companies, financial institutions, payment processors, POS vendors and other organizations that must protect consumer privacy to achieve compliance with the PCI Data Security Standard (DSS). Initiated by MasterCard International and Visa in January 2005, the PCI DSS is a set of twelve multifaceted regulations that represent a unified industry standard for protecting cardholder data that is stored, transmitted or processed. The PCI DSS must be implemented by all members, merchants and service providers that store, process or transmit cardholder information. Fines for non-compliance can range up to 500,000 USD per incident. Princeton Softech provides enterprise data management solutions that address critical business issues.
San Diego-based Cubic Corporation has promoted John Minteer to VP/Information Technology. Minteer joined Cubic in 1994 and has more than 22 years of IT experience.