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April 4, 2013

CBIZ Security & Advisory Services Expands Payment Data Security Service

CBIZ Security & Advisory Services (SAS), LLC has expanded its payment data security service offering by obtaining the prestigious Qualified Security Assessor Designation (QSA) from the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council. This designation enables CBIZ SAS, which specializes in data security, risk management and consulting services, to assess compliance and validate adherence to the PCI Data Security Standard.

This achievement will allow CBIZ Security & Advisory Services to expand their services, increasing its capability to perform a variety of tasks, and help them to become more cost-effective and operationally efficient. "Information security is an ever-evolving field that requires an understanding of both technical solutions and business process controls to secure confidential information," says Brenda Brigman, Executive Vice President. "This accreditation places CBIZ Security & Advisory Services among a select group of providers."

In order to become a certified QSA company, CBIZ Security & Advisory Services undertook a thorough review process to provide evidence that the company delivers PCI assessments in accordance with the PCI Data Security Standards at the highest level of performance and industry standards.

Karen Cassella, Executive Vice President of CBIZ Security & Advisory Services, states, "We can now provide clients with Qualified Security Assessors (PCI QSA) who have been certified by the Council to validate PCI DSS compliance. This is required when going through a PCI compliance audit."

The goal of PCI DSS standards is to minimize the risk of credit card fraud and to prevent other data security risks. Both large and small organizations that store, process or transmit payment card data via the five major payment card providers -- Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB and Discover -- must meet the standards to maintain the ability to accept payment cards. If not, they could face acquirer penalties and impair customer confidence and trust in doing business with them.

To find out more about our PCI Team and the services we offer visit: www.cbiz.com/pci.


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