MEPS introduces advanced security services to the Middle East market
- Jordan: Saturday, August 25 - 2012 at 12:33
- PRESS RELEASE
Middle East Payment Services (MEPS) - the leading payment services company in the region licensed from internationally renowned financial services corporation MasterCard - unveiled its new portfolio of advanced security services to the Middle East market. Leveraging the latest security technology breakthroughs, the unique portfolio was designed in strategic partnership with UK-based vulnerability management services provider, RandomStorm Limited.
In turn, Dr. Ramzi Sanna, RandomStorm Manager in the Middle East region, stated, "We are very pleased to be partnering with MEPS yet again to deliver a new range of leading-edge solutions. We hope that this step will help change the way merchants and service providers view and deal with network security and encourage them to work towards greater due diligence in protecting corporate information in line with international compliancy requirements. Through our partnership with MEPS, we seek to provide effective security services to financial institutions in particular, which have recently witnessed an increase in successful database hacking attempts."
MEPS is a leading MasterCard-licensed acquirer, issuer and processor operating in both Jordan and the Middle East. MEPS intends to develop a highly varied lineup of services that meets the growing demand for streamlined payment solutions throughout the region.
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