Cape Town, South Africa: Caveau, the comprehensive software platform and service designed to simplify financial transactions and protect personal and financial data, has announced it’s partnering with Grindrod Travel to reduce its risks of GDPR and PCI-DSS. As one of the most established and respected travel management companies providing corporate and leisure related travel and conferencing services in South Africa, it was imperative to find a solution for safely handling credit cards and personal information of its a broad range of clients. With multiple deadlines for meeting compliance security standards for account and personal data protection looming, Caveau was able to quickly assess the travel management company’s challenges and deliver customized solutions for addressing their unique requirements.
The addition of Grindrod Travel to Caveau’s client roster emphasizes the pressing need for flexible and affordable support dealing with compliance regulation worldwide. Says Gregg Scott-Brown Caveau Managing Director, South Africa based in Cape Town, “We’re excited to be working with Grindrod Travel and other hotels, agencies and a broad range of travel-related businesses in South Africa to decrease dangers and liabilities associated with GDPR and PCI-DSS.”
According to Grindrod Travel Divisional Executive, Su Moller, being a single division of a large logistics company with its own IT department presented a variety of complexities in finding a solution. “The technology providers I approached to help us insisted on performing a vulnerability scan of the Travel Division, which was difficult to accomplish without including the entire organization. Time was ticking and we had to move fast. When we were referred to Caveau, their team got right to work on developing a secure vault to store our client’s credit card and personal details,” says Moller.
Says Brian Dass, Caveau CSO, “Grindrod Travel’s large client database and the sheer volume of daily transactions required us to tailor-make a system to their particular needs. As a company built by travel technology experts, our complete focus is on delivering efficient solutions for adhering to strict industry regulations to ensure positive consumer data experiences while protecting your business from financial penalties and negative reviews.”
Since implementing Caveau, Grindrod Travel’s consultants and account staff have quickly adapted to the easy to use enterprise-grade software platform that utilizes tokenization to encrypt financial information and personal data in a GDPR and PCI DSS-compliant method. “In the end, Caveau was the quick and reliable answer to achieving compliance we were searching for,” says Moller. “We are now fully compliant, which is a great relief. I’m thrilled our organization can say with the utmost confidence to our clients that their credit card details are safe with us!”
About Caveau: Caveau, Your Personalized Credit Card Vault, is the fast, easy and affordable way to protect your business by achieving and maintaining PCI-DSS compliance and reducing risks associated with GDPR. Make the smart decision today! Let Caveau lock down the security of your data systems and financial transactions, so you can focus on growing your business.
Visit Caveau online at http://caveau.io or contact us for sales and press inquiries at (786) 361-6259, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
About Grindrod Travel: The team at Grindrod Travel, one of South Africa’s oldest travel management companies with branches in major cities, are totally committed to assist the corporate traveller with all domestic and international travel. “We are passionate about making each traveller’s journey as seamless and as convenient as possible.”
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