Merchant-Accounts.Ca, Comodo Partner

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<p><strong>Jersey City, N.J. &mdash; Aug. 28</strong><br />Comodo, a global certification authority and provider of identity- and trust assurance-management solutions, has announced a strategic partnership with, a Canadian merchant account service provider, to offer Comodo&rsquo;s range of payment card industry (PCI) compliancy and security scanning tools to Canadian e-merchants.<br /><br /> delivers merchant accounts and credit card processing solutions for small and midsize Canadian businesses. </p><p>A synergistic addition to Merchant-Accounts&rsquo; offerings are Comodo&rsquo;s advanced suite of security and anti-hacker tools. </p><p>With these services, customers will achieve improved Web site security, prevent attacks from hackers and maintain PCI compliance.<br /><br />”PCI compliance is a security standard that must be adhered to by all merchants that transmit or store sensitive cardholder data, but it has not always been easy for small and midsize merchants to comply with these new requirements,” said David Goodale, CEO. “We have chosen to partner with Comodo because they offer highly effective and advanced security tools that are within the grasp of a typical midsize Canadian merchant. Comodo delivers the best of all worlds: cost-effective solutions that are easy to use with an extremely advanced suite of tools to maintain a secure Web site environment.”<br /><br />Comodo ensures small and midsize businesses (SMBs) are effectively compliant and secure through a highly cost- effective approach that combines PCI compliancy and vulnerability management. </p><p>”We developed HackerGuardian with a focus on enabling emerchants to be compliant cost effectively,” said Melih Abdulhayoglu, Comodo CEO and chief security architect. “Therefore, we are pleased to partner with companies that understand how to deliver security to e-merchants while also delivering PCI compliancy.”</p>

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