Protecting sensitive customer data is a critical component in transactional print and mail. The data within printed and mailed files must be kept secure and confidential for many reasons, including compliance with regulations regarding such information. No matter the regulatory requirements or what’s part of the data, PCI Group has a rigid approach to data security.
In this episode of Ask the Experts, Information Security and Compliance Officer Dwight Springthorpe explained how PCI does this. “PCI Group takes the protection of our clients’ data very seriously. Encryption is one the key factors used to make sure data stays secure,” Dwight said.
Encryption is part of all aspects of the process of data security operations. “We utilize SFTP servers, which is secure file transport protocol, to ensure data is secured coming into our network. It’s stored on encrypted disc drives. Anytime we move data off-site, we encrypt it before the data leaves our network on the return path to customers,” Dwight relayed.
With these safeguards in place, PCI Group is able to prevent breaches or unintentional releases of data. Customers have the assurance that what they send to the company will always be in a cocoon of security. Learn more by watching the video.