PCI-DSS for Travel Agencies
The tourism sector is increasingly affected by the PCI-DSS standard. Banks were the first to require it, and IATA joined them, to ensure that clients’ card data are managed in a secure manner. If you are a Travel Agency and want to know more about PCI-DSS and how this standard affects you, at A2SECURE we help you to comply with it in an easy and convenient way.
“The security of our IT environment is a concern for us; it is difficult for us to have an overall view of our various hotels and their related facilities. Working with A2SECURE we have that view, and we know how to improve day by day.”
Occidental Hotels Deputy Technical Director of Systems and Communications
“A telecommunications operator for professionals like Neosky, can not only offer the best connections. Giving added value to our services is a necessity and for our clients’ perimeter security we trust in A2SECURE.”
NeoSky Senior Product Manager
“ Like all companies every day we are more dependent on the Internet. Having someone externally valuing our security and helping us to improve is very important for us and that is precisely what A2SECURE offers”
UNIPOST Organization and Systems Director
“ For eDreams, as low-cost flights leader, security is a key issue. That is why we work with A2SECURE”
eDreams ODIGEO CTO
“ A2SECURE has made the work of auditing our network much easier. A2 team takes care of this nightmare”
Azucarera Ebro IT Systems Director
“ We evaluated other partners who could support us in improving our security and we have finally chosen A2SECURE, because it combines the best solution with a very personal and direct support”
Atrapalo IT Director
What makes us different?
A2SECURE has a highly qualified team to develop Ethical Hacking/Pentesting activities supported by various international certifications. But our trademark is our vocation to make our clients understand our results.
A pentesting activity is really useful when the client is able to understand what has been found, the risks it implies and how it has been possible to get there. The latter is the key point: knowing how a successful attack has been possible, understanding if it is necessary to implement additional control and change an internal process that is causing breaches. In short, taking advantage of the exercise transforming it into improvements for the company.