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SCARBOROUGH, Me. -- Delhaize-owned Hannaford Bros. Co. plans to install a new network security solution to perform network scanning in compliance with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard.
The retailer will deploy the NeXpose solution from Boston, Mass.-based Rapid7, to scan devices in Hannaford's networks and at point-of-sale in its 158 retail supermarkets and food and drug stores, ensuring the protection of customers' credit card data and other information throughout the enterprise.
"NeXpose is extremely thorough in its compliance checking against devices," said David Fournier, senior information security analyst, Hannaford Bros. Co. "NeXpose also demonstrated it enables integration with other technologies. We can easily integrate it with the Peregrine Service Center, the software we use for call-ticketing and incident-handling."
Rapid7 is a MasterCard-approved security-scanning vendor as part of the MasterCard Site Data Protection (SDP) Program. NeXpose PCI Compliance provides scan templates and reporting capabilities that meet or exceed the MasterCard SDP specifications for system security scanning. The PCI Standard compliance report presents pass/fail information at both executive and administrator detail levels. A complete remediation plan is generated that enables security analysts to bring their system devices into full compliance with the PCI Standard.
Hannaford Bros. Co. operates 158 supermarkets and food and drug combination stores in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, and Massachusetts, and employs more than 26,000 associates. Its stores operate under the Hannaford Supermarket and Hannaford Supermarket and Pharmacy names.