Travizon Reaches New Heights in Security

  • Travizon, Inc.
  • 03.27.07
Travizon announced that it has become Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliant, incorporating state of the art technology while introducing new policies and procedures in order to safeguard its clients’ information, making Travizon a corporate travel management company that goes above and beyond to protect its client’s assets.

“It is extremely important for our clients to know that when they partner with Travizon we are constantly working in their best interest, which often times, extends beyond their immediate travel program,” said Travizon's Lehi Mills. “It means being the best in terms of management, technology, support, and in this case, security.”

In September of 2006, five leading payment brands, which include American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB, MasterCard Worldwide and Visa International, introduced the PCI Security Standards Council. PCI Security Standards Council is an independent council that was established in order to manage the ongoing evolution of the Payment Card Industry standards.

Compliance to the PCI requirements is set by each individual payment card brand. While the requirements between each card network will vary, MasterCard's Site Data Protection Plan and the Visa's Cardholder Information Security Program are currently representative of the requirements. These companies stipulate separate compliance validation requirements for merchants and service providers, which will vary depending on the size of the particular company. Travizon holds itself to the highest standard regardless of its size, granting its clients peace of mind to know that their information is secure and that their company’s best interest is the number one priority.



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