Comodo Offers Free PCI Scanning

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<p><strong>Jersey City, N.J. &mdash; Oct. 3</strong><br />Comodo, a global provider of identity- and trust assurance-management solutions, is doing its part to assist businesses in protecting consumer information from hackers by offering e-merchants a free quarterly payment card industry (PCI) compliant scan. <br /><br />This free PCI scan can help e-merchants meet the PCI compliance requirement deadlines in addition to helping protect their customer&#39;s information from disclosure that might result from malicious hacking. </p><p>Further, as Comodo is offering this PCI scan for free, it can save merchants thousands of dollars in their compliancy costs.<br /><br />Today, consumers are worried their confidential information might not be safe when submitted or stored online. </p><p>PCI compliance scanning assists businesses in determining whether their sites are vulnerable to hackers and provides valuable insights on how to remedy problem areas. </p><p>PCI standards require that e-merchants who accept credit card payments scan their Web sites for possible vulnerabilities.</p><p>Companies that fail to comply with PCI standards could face financial penalties or lose their ability to process credit card transactions.<br /><br />Yet, many e-merchants are struggling to comply with PCI Data Security Standards because it can be difficult and costly. </p><p>To enable more e-merchants to comply, Comodo is offering this free quarterly PCI Scan as part of its overall PCI compliancy program. </p><p>”Keeping customer information safe is a top priority for e-merchants &mdash; no one wants to have a hacker use their site to steal identity information,” said Melih Abdulhayoglu, Comodo CEO and chief security architect. “That&#39;s why Comodo is offering the HackerGuardian Free PCI Scan. This free scan shows eMerchants their vulnerable areas and delivers true value and security to many businesses.”</p>

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