Articles - Does your data security meet the new British Standard


 A new British Standard - BS8453 - is being developed that will demand much
 greater compliance with FSA regulations, especially those relating to the
 secure holding of customer and business partner information. Regulators
 across the Atlantic have already announced the Treasury Code section
 1471-1474 that will be implemented from December 2012 forcing all foreign
 financial institutions into disclosure compliance agreements prior to
 Treasury payments.
  
 Quantainia is the specialist business information security consultancy
 working in the highly regulated global financial world which designs and
 integrates data security systems that ensure compliance with the most
 stringent regulatory regimes and underwrite the management of your financial
 operations.
  
 For more information on the new British Standard and how Quantainia can help
 your readership, please see the attached press release.
  
 Quantainia personnel are happy to comment on information issues and can be
 contacted through their PR officer:
  
 Oliver McCrudden
 01621 892 814

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