PROVIDENCE – Tax and business advisory firm Citrin Cooperman, which has offices in Providence, has been certified as a Qualified Security Assessor company by the Payment Care Industry Security Standards Council, the company announced in a press release.
The certification ensures the company has the experience and has trained its staff in PCI Data Security Standards assessments, as part of its cybersecurity efforts. The standard is aimed at reducing credit card fraud.
“This elite certification reflects Citrin Cooperman’s dedication to providing its clients across diverse industries with the most comprehensive cybersecurity solutions,” said Joel Cooperman, CEO of Citrin Cooperman. “The QSA designation adds another dimension to the multifaceted cybersecurity services we already offer … which help organizations reduce their risk of cyberattacks while working to prevent, respond to, or remediate cyber-related challenges.”
Citrin Cooperman has a Technology and Risk Advisory Consulting practice, where its experts guide clients in things such as assessing security risks, checking compliance with state privacy regulations, social engineering, penetration testing and forensics services.
The company was founded in 1979.
Susan Shalhoub is a PBN contributor.