Another year, another successful IT audit! We’re more than delighted to announce that, after our latest comprehensive yearly audit, VCC Live® has once again been awarded the PCI DSS international certificate. VCC Live® has been PCI compliant for a number of years, and this year saw our certificate renewed for the fourth time.
As we all know, information is power. But in today’s fast-paced digital world, having access to an ever-increasing amount of information has also led to an ever-increasing number of challenges. One of these challenges is the fact that organizations storing sensitive data have become a major target for cyber criminals. And unfortunately, call centers, who typically handle a lot of valuable customer information, are no exception.
Change is an inseparable part of corporate governance. But every company needs to be able to meet the security-related challenges which changes in quality assurance and information handling raise.
This autumn, two important changes have occurred at our company: the name of our company group has been changed to VCC Live, and we have occupied our “A” category office in Budapest. An exciting new image has been added to our brand name in order to express the new direction we follow in business.
VCC aims to provide the highest possible level of data security for both our domestic and international clients. In particular, we focus on the continual updating of our cloud-based services’ data protection security, based on the latest legal requirements. As a result, we are currently analysing and preparing to implement the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) before it comes into effect.
From today, Virtual Call Center users can take advantage of two-factor authentication when using our solution. This latest feature enhances the security of data stored in VCC’s client software programme by requiring, in addition to normal login authentication, a further login authentication procedure, using a password sent to a personal device, such as a mobile phone, ID card, or USB token.
You don’t have to be a giant corporation, like Sony attacked by North Korean government hackers, to understand: in the world of information data protection, and associated risks are part of every day’s life. All companies must face these risks associated with electronic data stored on computer, server or internet. Data protection risk comes with …