Payment Card Security: A New View on Protecting Sensitive Data from Browser to Back-OfficeVoltage Security's Carole Murphy on Securing Data While Reducing PCI Scope
Carole Murphy, director of product marketing at Voltage Security, says that it's time organizations across industries take a fresh look at securing data used in transactions.
"Any merchant or enterprise that is accepting credit cards has to be effective at securing credit card data, and they have to be in compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard," Murphy says. "Finding security technology that will mitigate risk and raise the overall security profile of the company is the major challenge - and that's what you really need to do."
And it's not just payment card data that organizations must secure. "You want to consider all kinds of sensitive data ... Social Security numbers, zip codes, other personally identifiable information," Murphy says.
In an interview about payment card security, Murphy discusses:
- Key data security challenges organizations face today;
- Leading-edge security solutions to help organizations improve payment card security and PCI compliance;
- Specific examples of how Voltage Security customers have overcome their security challenges.
About Carole Murphy
Murphy currently serves as the director of product marketing for Voltage Security, where she is responsible for developing market strategy for the SecureData Enterprise product line and related solutions, including go-to-market planning, product communication, strategic positioning and market awareness. Prior to joining Voltage, she was the director of product marketing for the entertainment business unit at Rovi Corporation (formerly Macrovision), delivering content protection solutions to the major and independent film studios while leading the brand and web marketing team. She has over 25 years of experience in product marketing and market intelligence spanning the security, networking and IT service management industries.