|Chartis Introduces Merchant Data Security Policy|
New York – May 12, 2010 – Chartis today announced the introduction of the Merchant Data Security Policy, a solution developed by its Executive Liability Division. This policy allows credit card processors to address the potential financial burden to the processor and its merchants as a result of a data security breach that puts credit card data in a merchant’s possession at risk.
The program covers a wide range of costs associated with a data breach, including:
“The Merchant Data Security Policy provides processors with a valuable enhancement to their core services,” said Tracie Grella, President of Professional Liability, a unit of Executive Liability. “It also allows a processor’s merchants to manage unexpected and potentially large assessments that could affect their ability to accept credit card payments or cause a potential bankruptcy.”
For more information regarding the Merchant Data Security Policy, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.chartisinsurance.com.
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