| 08 March 2013
London:Voltage Security®, the world leader in data-centric security, has been named as a finalist for a 2013 PYMNTS.com Innovator Award in the category of Best New Technology. One of five finalists in the category, Voltage Security is being recognised as a leader in the payments industry. Voting is open now through March 1 on PYMNTS.com with the winners being announced during a live ceremony hosted by The Office’s BJ Novak on March 21 from The Innovation Project, a two-day program that will challenge the way that the payments and broader commerce ecosystem thinks, develops, and ignites innovation. Voltage Security is being recognised for SecureData WebTM with Page-Integrated EncryptionTM, a groundbreaking technology for securing payment data end-to-end in browser based e-commerce transactions.
“We are delighted to have been nominated for the 2013 PYMNTS.com Innovator Award for Best New Technology,” said Matt Pauker, co-founder of Voltage Security. “Voltage SecureData Web is truly a unique solution that can help merchants remove 100 percent of payment data from PCI DSS scope while retaining complete control the e-commerce checkout.”
The Innovation Project 2013 delegates include senior executives and elite innovators from every aspect of the payments and broader commerce ecosystem, worldwide. The Innovation Project is hosted by PYMNTS.com, the leading source of news and content on “what’s next” in payments innovation, and is taking place on March 20-21 at Harvard University. One of its five modules includes pairing industry CEOs with external thought leaders such as Al Gore (former U.S. VP), Steve Levitt (Freakonomics), Eric Reis (The Lean Startup), Rosie Rios (U.S. Treasurer), Russell Simmons (Rush Card), Raj Date (CFPB), and Josh Lerner (Architecture of Innovation) to challenge the conventional wisdom around what it will take to get merchants and consumers to adopt new ways to shop and pay. Warren Buffett is the program’s keynote.
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