With the recent release of new packages, BHI SecureConnect introduced its Breach Protection Program, providing an additional layer of financial security for customers. Causing concern among merchants, the fines associated with a security breach are potentially devastating and have caused many to seek financial protection for their businesses. The
SecureConnect Breach Protection Program covers up to $100,000 in merchant fines, assessments, and related expenses attributed to a qualified PCI data breach.
“We have seen an increasing trend of similar programs throughout the industry, however none provide the level of monetary coverage that SecureConnect does,” says Blake Huebner, director of information security at BHI SecureConnect.
Available as a standard feature in the Select, Premier, and Elite packages, the Breach Protection Program is one of many new additions to help merchants address the PCI Data Security Standards and ensure a secure business environment.
“We have really focused our offerings to best serve the needs of customers. The Breach Protection Program provides added peace-of-mind to merchants in the case of a data breach,” says Kristyan Mjolsnes, director of marketing at BHI SecureConnect. In combination with the many enhanced services and features, this added protection helps create an end-to-end solution that benefits customers, acquiring bank partners and integration vendors.
“Both existing and new customers are excited about everything we are offering,” Huebner says.
The new packages are flexible and scalable to meet the unique needs of a single-store owner as well as national corporate brands, enabling businesses of any size to implement a comprehensive network security and PCI compliance initiative. With accountability growing amongst acquiring banks, vendors like SecureConnect allow merchants to deploy critical services to protect their cardholder data environment and validate compliance each year. In fact, through this approach, SecureConnect is able to not just deliver compliance, but true security beyond PCI.