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PCI Security Standards Council Accepts Hudson Group Livery Software

Posted on January 16, 2013

LAWRENCE, Mass. — The Hudson Financial and Technology Group has achieved Payment Application-Data Security Standard acceptance for its Hudson Ground Transportation System application suite. This acceptance has been awarded by the PCI Security Standards Council, the governing body that establishes credit card processing and data security standards.

With this acceptance, The Hudson Group and its HGTS application becomes the first ground transportation software system in the industry to be evaluated and accepted to the new PA-DSS security standard.

These PCI security standards help merchants to ensure that their customer data remains protected and secure. With Hudson's HGTS applications achieving PA-DSS acceptance, the process for Hudson clients to achieve PCI Compliance will now be easier.

“As fraudulent activity becomes more sophisticated, it is vital for software companies to take the steps necessary to ensure the safety of customer data,” said Mark Ustik, President of The Hudson Group. “We have always taken security extremely seriously, which is why were able to achieve PA-DSS compliance status with minimal modifications to our core system. The advantages of obtaining this status will certainly filter down to our clients when they are undergoing PCI compliance themselves.”

The acceptance achieved by Hudson is demonstrated by the fact that Hudson and its HGTS application suite is now listed on the PCI Security Standards Council's online directory of 'Validated Payment Applications' which may be viewed here: Validated Payment Applications.

Source: The Hudson Group

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