ANX Corporate Blog: Posts tagged as security

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Aug 14th 2014, 11:00

ANX Partners with PCI University to Simplify PCI Compliance for Merchants

Tags: pci security
Posted by Glenn Moore
Industry-first partnership enhances ANX’s ability to help merchants understand how to reduce the chance of data breach and demonstrate PCI DSS compliance. 
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (August 14, 2014) – ANXeBusiness Corp. (ANX), a leading provider of managed security and PCI compliance solutions to the retail industry, announced a unique partnership with PCI University, makers of an innovative,15-minute approach to helping merchants ramp up their PCI DSS understanding and security.  The partnership with PCI University strengthens ANX’s ability to serve as a one-stop provider for merchants that need to first understand their PCI DSS obligations and then need an affordable solution delivering the technology, tools, and

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May 29th 2014, 12:56

ANX Launches SecureHIPAA Solution

Tags: HIPAA security
Posted by Glenn Moore
Solution protects pharmacy and healthcare practice owners from the growing risk of HIPAA fines while simplifying HIPAA compliance
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (May 27, 2014) – ANXeBusiness Corp. (ANX), a leading provider of managed compliance and security solutions to the healthcare industry, announced the launch of SecureHIPAA.  SecureHIPAA provides pharmacies and healthcare practices with essential protection from the growing risk of HIPAA fines while helping them assess their level of HIPAA compliance and correct any gaps.  ANX also announced that healthcare businesses could now obtain both HIPAA and PCI compliance protection in a single, affordable solution called SecureCompliance.  This solution provides comprehensive financial

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Apr 17th 2014, 14:52

Why ANX was unaffected by the Heartbleed bug

Posted by Chris Schramm
It was recently revealed that the Heartbleed bug, a vulnerability in the OpenSSL program that powers encrypted communication to many of the world's web sites and private networks, may have affected as many 500,000 systems.
It was recently announced to customers that ANX were not affected because the versions of SSL ANX uses were not vulnerable to the bug.
"We initiated both internal and external scans with neither scans showing a compromise in our system's vulnerability," said Jim Schmidt, ANX Executive Vice President of Operations.
So why is this a big deal? The bug could expose any data that the OpenSSL process can read. This means usernames, passwords, private keys and even credit card and social security

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May 29th 2012, 14:51

"Building Brand Value and Customer Loyalty" Highlights

Posted by Jorge Flores
Last week, ANX hosted a special Executive Insight Panel entitled: Building Brand Value and Customer Loyalty. The guest executive panel consisted of:

Randy Murphy - President and CEO of MamaFu’s Franchise Group & Founder of Murphy Adams Restaurant Group
Jeffrey S. Klein - Senior Partner & Franchise Board President of Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop
J. Joseph Finizio - President & CEO of the Retail Solutions Providers Association (RSPA) 

They all shared some incredible insight about the importance of brand value, building and maintaining customer loyalty, and protecting sensitive data. You can watch the full webinar by visiting our webinar page. Our discussion focused on three important topics that every business

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Feb 10th 2012, 08:02

Data Breach Prevention / PCI Compliance Tip of the Week

Posted by Jorge Flores
Happy Friday everyone! It's been another week in the trenches talking to merchants and corporations about PCI compliance and data breach prevention. I'm doing a weekly blog summarizing some key observations. My objective with this blog is to bolster knowledge, dispel myths, and spread valuable information on various topics within the PCI compliance realm.
Data Breach Prevention/PCI compliance Tip of the Week: Change your default passwords!
A stifling amount of large data breaches involving sensitive information center around a common and highly preventable mistake; not changing default passwords! This is one of the top methods of attack that hackers use to penetrate a network.  In fact, password breach is consistently near the top of the list of data breach root

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