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Instart Logic Application Delivery Service Achieves PCI DSS Level-1 Information Security Compliance

Announcement from Instart Logic on the world's first application-intelligent web and cloud delivery service that has achieved the highest level of compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Standard (PCI DSS).

Mar 30 2014, 2:09am CDT | by

Mountain View, CA, March 30, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Innovative Platform for Delivery of Interactive and Radically Faster Web and Cloud Apps Meets Rigorous PCI Data Security Standard Level 1.

Instart Logic, the world’s first application-intelligent web and cloud delivery service, today announced it has achieved the highest level of compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) as a Level 1 service provider. With this certification, Instart Logic reinforces that its application delivery service meets the security requirements for the largest enterprises and e-commerce and financial services companies requiring PCI Level 1 compliance, while also delivering interactive and radically faster web and cloud applications across all device types and networks.

“Like many organizations that handle credit card transactions online, Dollar Shave Club is held to the highest security standards that were put in place to ensure our customers are protected from fraud,” said Todd Lehr, Vice President, Engineering, Dollar Shave Club. “With Instart Logic's PCI compliance certification, we're not only providing a rich shopping experience for our customers, we're doing so in a secure environment."

The Instart Logic application delivery service is the platform of choice for an impressive roster of clients that want to ensure their interactive applications and rich, responsive websites perform flawlessly. But these clients know that maintaining a secure environment is just as important, given the sharp rise in identity theft and cybercrime. In an effort to mitigate such criminal activity, the Standards Security Council developed PCI DSS, which ensures the highest level of security for all companies that process, store or transmit credit card information. By achieving PCI Level 1 certification, Instart Logic helps its clients meet these standards and ensures credit card transactions are processed in a secure environment.

To achieve PCI Level 1 certification, Instart Logic complied with stringent technical requirements mandated by the PCI Security Standards Council, which comprises the founding global payment brands American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard and Visa, Inc. Instart Logic cooperated in the implementation of network scans with an Approved Scanning Vendor and underwent a comprehensive audit of its production environment.

“For large companies processing massive numbers of credit card transactions, PCI Level 1 compliance is paramount not only for the infrastructure owned by the companies, but also for their partners and service providers,” said Victor Gartvich, Head of Technical Operations, Instart Logic. “We want every customer we work with to know that with Instart Logic they have a partner that protects their data every time of the day."

Contact Information:
Instart Logic
Jennifer Ridless
415-203-9474
Contact via Email
instartlogic.com

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