Stuzo, a leading provider of personalized and predictive commerce solutions for retailers, powered by products, services, and insights, announced today its achievement, having completed PCI DSS Level 1 compliance certification. The security of cardholder data affects everyone and in today’s environment, is paramount for merchants to protect their trusted relationships with consumers.
“As a leading provider digital commerce solutions for retailers, it is imperative our company, our Open Commerce products, network, infrastructure, and processes meet the most rigorous security standards,” stated Aaron McLean, COO of Stuzo. “As security is an evergreen concern within merchants and their technology partner ecosystem, it was of the utmost importance for us to make this investment in Stuzo and our retail clients.”
Today’s quickly evolving technology landscape, growing concern over international data security threats, and the continuing digitization of payments make compliance a key issue for all merchants, consumers, and digital commerce technology suppliers like Stuzo.
“We pride ourselves on being a high-performing technology vendor to retailers,” continued McLean. “The trust we garner from our clients in delivering digital commerce solutions is now further hardened via our thorough and exacting approach to compliance best practices.”
“With security breaches and cybercrimes considered commonplace, cybersecurity and adhering to PCI Data Security Standards are critical to keeping consumers’ personally identifiable information safe and secure,” stated John Shin, Managing Director of RSI Security, who performed the assessment. “By achieving PCI DSS certification, Stuzo assures its retail clients that their data and that of their consumers is being handled with a high degree of security compliance.”