Sinnad, the region’s leading card processing service provider, has successfully attained the latest version of the PCI Data Security Standard version 3.2 (PCI DSS V3.2) compliance certification for its platform in Bahrain.
A Bahraini registered company set up in 2009, Sinnad is a subsidiary of The Benefit Company.
The accreditation has been granted to Sinnad’s commitment towards strict international information security standards related to payment card industry and in recognition of its robust adherence to guidelines that safeguard consumers’ data processing through added reliability and security measures, said the company in a statement.
This comprehensive standard is intended to eliminate any risk breaches by applying specific measures and requirements to protect the data in both production and disaster recovery sites, it stated.
General Manager Rana Almaeeli said:
“Sinnad has always put the safeguard and security of its banks’ data on its top priority. As a result of persistence, we shall continue in attaining certifications in the optimum interest of our client banks.”
The company, she stated, provides state-of-the-art solutions in cards processing to banks across the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region and will continue offering high-quality deliverables that cater to the needs of the business community.
Sinnad is governed and regulated by the Central Bank of Bahrain and licensed as payment service provider and a third-party processor to support the banks in the MEA region, said the statement.
The company’s significant local and regional presence indicates its strong commitment towards quality services and solutions, it added.
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