WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – March 7, 2016 – Today DataChambers announced it has been accredited by the Payment Card Industry (PCI) for compliance with the latest global security standards created to protect cardholder data.
All DataChambers data centers are now certified to be fully compliant with PCI Data Security Standard version 3.1 – capable of hosting the infrastructure used to support eCommerce initiatives and to store and transmit card-related data for client organizations.
“PCI only accredits companies that exhibit the highest standards of security,” says Patrick Craig, chief enterprise architect at DataChambers. “With each of our four data centers now certified, our clients can rest assured we have the security measures and safeguards needed to restrict access to their systems and to keep sensitive financial data safe. ”
The audit was performed by Agio, a qualified security assessor, using procedures developed by the PCI Security Standards Council.
DataChambers, headquartered in Winston-Salem, N.C., is a North State Communications company providing a personalized, consultative approach to IT strategy, business colocation solutions and managed services. DataChambers also designs, builds and operates multiple data centers in North Carolina and is SSAE 16 and PCI audited – meeting rigorous national standards for safeguarding client systems and data. For more information, visit www.datachambers.com.