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Software Developer Synapse Corporation Chooses INetU to Provide Dedicated Support for Level 1 PCI Compliance

September 9, 2011 by · Comments Off on Software Developer Synapse Corporation Chooses INetU to Provide Dedicated Support for Level 1 PCI Compliance 

Web Hosting ToolboxALLENTOWN, PA – Software developer Synapse Corporation has switched its managed hosting provider to INetU to receive dedicated account support and security monitoring services that achieve Level 1 PCI compliance. INetU is hosting the Synapse Gateway, which gives merchants access to their transactions with a highly functional user interface.

With INetU, Synapse receives a personal Chief Hosting Officer (CHO) that tends to their particular hosting needs – a luxury they never experienced with their previous provider.

“Having a dedicated Chief Hosting Officer is ideal because they proactively know exactly what we need, whether it’s hardware or security,” said Synapse Corporation Chief Technology Officer Kyle Biggs. “When you call INetU, your CHO is on the phone in seconds and the personal knowledge they have with your business is a huge timesaver – we practically finish each other’s sentences at this point.”

With its previous provider, Synapse Corporation felt like just another number rather than a valued customer that could not afford to be kept waiting. A customer service phone call would result in being bounced around to different support personnel who had no previous interaction or relationship with the company.

“It was hard to do business while waiting for messages to be returned,” said Biggs. “INetU was more than happy to offer Synapse the personal support, timely troubleshooting and customized hosting solution it requires.”

In addition to dedicated personal customer service, Synapse Corporation also looked to INetU to meet the company’s unique security support necessary to maintain Level 1 PCI compliance. INetU handles all of Synapse Corporation’s auditing and monitoring software, something the company’s old provider didn’t perform. INetU proactively contacts them in minutes should any security issues arise. This service allows Synapse Corporation to free up resources and focus on what they do best. Read more

Webinar Helps E-Commerce Companies Protect Themselves From Hackers

April 28, 2011 by · Comments Off on Webinar Helps E-Commerce Companies Protect Themselves From Hackers 

Webmaster ToolboxALLENTOWN, PA – Managed hosting and cloud provider INetU will be hosting a live “Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) Self Defense” webinar with author and online data security expert Dr. Anton Chuvakin and Nick Percoco of Trustwave SpiderLabs to discuss how hackers hack and how e-commerce companies can protect themselves on Tuesday, May 3, at 3pm EDT. The PCI DSS Self Defense webinar is part of the INetU IT Expert Series and is open to the public. There will be a question and answer session at the end and there is no cost to participate.

“Thousands of organizations worldwide are affected by data breaches and PCI DSS is one of the most important mandates affecting information security today,” said Dr. Anton Chuvakin. “Webinar attendees will learn how to comply with PCI DSS and improve the security of information assets.”

Data theft can be an incredibly costly process for any organization. Hacked credit card information can cost companies up to $60 million in fines and charges. During the PCI DSS Self Defense webinar, Dr. Chuvakin and Percoco will provide valuable information about protecting private data from hackers and obtaining and maintaining a PCI DSS compliant web environment. To sign up for the webinar, visit: http://webinars.inetu.net.

Here are briefs on both speakers in the upcoming PCI DSS Self Defense webinar:

Dr. Anton Chuvakin
Author and Online Data Security Expert
Dr. Anton Chuvakin (www.chuvakin.org) is a recognized security expert in the field of log management, SIEM and PCI DSS compliance. He is an author of books Security Warrior and PCI Compliance. His blog, Security Warrior, is one of the most popular in the industry. In addition, he teaches classes and presents at many security conferences across the world. Dr. Chuvakin was formerly a Director of PCI Compliance Solutions at Qualys. He previously worked at LogLogic as a Chief Logging Evangelist, tasked with educating the world about the importance of logging for security, compliance and operations.

Nick Percoco
Senior Vice President and Head of SpiderLabs at Trustwave
With more than 14 years of information security experience, Percoco is the lead security advisor to many of Trustwave’s premier clients and assists them in making strategic decisions around security compliance regimes.  He leads the SpiderLabs team that has performed more than 1000 computer incident response and forensic investigations globally, run thousands of penetration and application security tests for clients, and conducted security research to improve Trustwave’s products.

The PCI DSS Self Defense Webinar is the first online event in the INetU IT Expert Series. This series of events exists to provide the public with up to date information on technology, security and compliance in the hosting industry. The next INetU IT Expert Series event will be held on June 29, 2011 at Penn State Great Valley. At that event, burning IT issues will be addressed by a panel of recognized industry experts, including; Cloud Computing Security, PCI DSS 2.0 Compliance and Application Security. Look for details about this event and future INetU IT Expert Series happenings at www.inetu.net.

About INetU Managed Hosting
INetU is a leading managed hosting provider serving customers worldwide. Dedicated to building long-term relationships with its clients, INetU supports many popular Web applications and provides highly reliable hosting for enterprise websites in the Online Retail, Healthcare, Financial Services, SaaS, Web Development, Education, Government, Consulting, and Non-Profit sectors. INetU recently scored a 96.5% customer satisfaction rating and is PCI, SSAE 16 Type II, ISAE 3402 and Safe Harbor compliant. To learn more, visit www.inetu.net. Read more

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