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Voltage Security and PwC Form Joint Business Relationship for Information Risk Management
Posted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 02:03:44 PM
Expanding Data Protection for Companies with Complex, Extended Payment Supply Chains

– November 17, 2010 –Voltage Security™, a global leader in enterprise data protection inside and outside the cloud, and PwC US, a leading professional services firm, announced they have entered into a non-exclusive, joint business relationship designed to serve the data protection needs of companies with large, complex payment supply chains and large merchants with legacy infrastructure resources.

The two organizations will team together to provide information risk protection and overarching compliance management for these customers. As part of the relationship, PwC will provide systems integration services for Voltage data protection products such as Voltage SecureData with end-to-end encryption and tokenization. The relationship is effective immediately and will serve global opportunities with a focus on the U.S. and North America.

“By working together we can well serve the needs of healthcare, traditional enterprise and retail payment customers,” said Mark Bower, vice president of product management for Voltage Security. “This ensures that these customers will receive the best of both PwC and Voltage; PwC brings their deep experience in risk management and business process re-engineering and Voltage brings our rich security technology portfolio and expertise.”

“This relationship benefits any organization dealing with complex, extended, payment-centric businesses processes, both internal and external, where information protection is a priority matter,” said Mark Lobel, a PwC principal and leader of PwC's U.S. security and payments practice. “We look at this as an ideal way to expand our capabilities in support of emerging new technologies such as Voltage’s end-to-end encryption.”

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