Sunday, July 26, 2009

ControlScan & the Electronic Transactions Association

ControlScan, the leading provider of PCI compliance and security solutions exclusively focused on small merchants, has announced its participation on two committees of the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA).

Joan Herbig, chief executive officer, ControlScan has renewed her position on the Risk and Fraud Committee and Heather Varian Foster, vice president, marketing, ControlScan has joined the Education Committee.

"We are looking forward to our continued involvement with the Electronic Transactions Association," said Herbig. "Our goal is to provide the tools and educational programs necessary to help ETA members and the broader industry reduce risk, especially related to PCI compliance and its impact on small merchants."

ETA's Risk and Fraud Committee monitors risk, fraud and compliance-related issues in the industry and recommends related best practices and other risk mitigation strategies. The committee may also be called upon to assist with ETA's outreach efforts to other organizations involved in risk and fraud management (e.g., national/state law enforcement agencies). ETA's Education Committee is responsible for identifying, developing, and reviewing program content for seminars, training sessions, workshops, and ETA University curriculum. In addition, the committee recommends delivery methods (e.g. live, distance, audio, etc.) for all educational forums, including the University.

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