Sterling Add Token Support to Collaborative Applications
The company is using nuBridges Protect Token Manager to reduce customers' PCI DSS compliance costs and security risks.
Sterling Commerce is offering support for nuBridges Protect Token Manager in its Sterling Selling and Fulfillment Suite, a collaborative supply chain solution. According to nuBridges, this support enables the company's customers to reduce corporate risk due to security breaches and meet Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) requirements.
"NuBridges Protect Token Manager, the company's industry-leading Format Preserving Tokenization solution, enables Sterling Selling and Fulfillment Suite to use tokens in place of credit card numbers in order to protect consumer data, reduce scope for PCI DSS audits, and to reduce corporate risk due to security breaches.
"'The popularity of Sterling Selling and Fulfillment Suite in the retail industry is growing dramatically as retailers look for ways to optimize their cross-channel selling and fulfillment operations,' said Jim Bengier, global industry executive, Retail, at Sterling Commerce. 'Delivering the highest levels of security has always been paramount, especially as we add new mobile apps as access points to the Suite. Adding security capabilities such as those offered by nuBridges enables us to meet our customers' strictest security requirements.'"