January 03, 2002 05:37pm
Epoch Got Tough On Cyber Terrorists New Year Bright Light
Source: Epoch Systems
by: Company Press Release
"In an age where terrorism can exist on all fronts, we must be more concerned with our customers and their customers first and foremost," says Director of Marketing Jeff Southworth.
Epoch Systems has been processing online transactions since 1996 and as a core principal has been focused on longevity, security, and offering superior billing services. In light of recent events, bot attacks and other cyber crimes, Epoch shares that they have already taken steps to combat threats before they compromise their systems integrity.
Epoch's databases, like its counterparts in the industry, are required to protect all forms of data including credit card and checking account numbers, revenue statements, passwords, contact information, client and customer data while still maintaining the level of service and information you need to manage programs successfully.
As 2002 opens a new chapter, Epoch is proud to announce that it has become one of the few Visa certified Payment Services Providers (PSP) for the online industry. In addition and after an extensive security audit performed by Arthur Anderson and Company, Epoch is pleased to announce that it passed Visa Corporations rigorous security requirements.
"Any business based on technology can experience problems from time to time, but we have and will continue to work very hard to insure optimal service and negligible glitches 24 hours a day, every day of the year," says CTO Joel Hall.
"We listen to our community of Webmasters. This, brought together with a solid infrastructure, dedicated leadership, qualified technicians and committed associates has allowed us to build the systems we currently have in place," says Rand Pate, Director of Corporate Communications, "Webmasters are our partners and we are expected to meet our obligations now and into the future."