Fortify Software Chosen by Parkeon to keep Hackers at Bay

Parkeon has announced that they are using Fortify Softwares expertise to check their latest state of the art electronic ticketing solutions to ensure their software is secure and vulnerability free.
The ticketing systems and software which have been designed and built in-house are using Fortifys award winning software and expertise to ensure that when they go to market, their systems meet the stringent compliancy standards and recent regulations such as PCIDSS and PADSS.
Parkeon are world renowned for their parking and transport management solutions, and have developed over 150 software systems, process 550,000 payment transactions per month and centrally monitor 21,000 terminals. It was therefore essential that at the very early stages of designing their latest electronic ticketing and transaction product that the developers were building stringent and secure software, with code that was watertight, free of flaws and would prevent any future hacking incident or breaches. Fortifys expertise was engaged very early on in the development process as it was a natural choice being the application security and testing provider chosen by government, the forces such as the US Air force, many of the major banks such as ABN-AMBRO and JP Morgan, and many of the Fortune 500 companies.
Parkeon are now on target to move quickly through the audit process that will test that their latest innovative and cutting edge payment systems are secure for the customers waiting to use them.
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