Solution Brief

Micro Focus Voltage

Organizations that process credit card payments and similar sensitive customer data such as social security numbers and other personal data, all too often recognize the need for greater security only after a data breach or organizational misuse. This results in costly consequences under an array of data protection regulations and laws, including full incident disclosure. However, to reduce risk and demonstrate compliance, many organizations employ auditable data protection processes that render sensitive information useless to all but legitimate users. By protecting sensitive data, companies can likely reduce the scope of PCI DSS audits, enable privacy compliance, and help support safe harbor from data breach disclosure with data privacy laws.