Colocation services from Level 3 Communications of the data center of Curitiba, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, obtained the certificate of compliance with the applicable parts of the version 3.2. of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, popularly known as PCI DSS certificate. Colocation company ensures security in data processing of payment cards.
An audit confirmed that colocation services Level 3 in its three data centers in Brazil meet all safety standards data stipulated in the requirements 9 and 12 of version 3.2 of PCI DSS. Version 3.2 of PCI DSS certificate is used by entrepreneurs from around the world to protect payment data before, during and after a transaction.
The process takes into account the feedback from more than 700 organizations participating in the PCI Council worldwide, as well as the findings of reports on violation of data. André Magno, director of data center and security Level 3 Brazil, commented: “Our customers need to ensure that their data and IT services are stored by a provider fully focused on the security of customer information for Level 3 to obtain the certificate. compliance with the applicable requirements of this international standard was crucial important to demonstrate our commitment to the safety and security of our customers in a multitude of sectors including e-commerce, retail and finance”.