Suffolk, Va., April 26, 2016 — Sera-Brynn has been awarded a contract by the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles to provide Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards (DSS) Compliance Services to the agency. The award comes following a competitive bidding process.
Sera-Brynn is the top-ranked cybersecurity firm in Virginia and No. 13 in the U.S. as ranked in the Cybersecurity Ventures Hot 500 list.
“We greatly appreciate the opportunity to partner with the DMV and Commonwealth of Virginia to provide Qualified Security Assessor and compliance services to help further secure critical data,” said Sera-Brynn CEO Rob Hegedus.
Sera-Brynn offers compliance audits, vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, advisory services and incident response to various agencies and municipalities, in addition to a broad commercial client base.
About Sera-Brynn: Headquartered in Suffolk, Virginia, Sera-Brynn is a global Cyber Risk Management firm with an international client base. The company is dedicated to helping clients secure their computing environments, pre- and post-breach, and meet applicable mandatory industry and government compliance requirements. Sera-Brynn is the only PCI QSA in North America directly partnered with a multi-billion dollar financial institution, and the firm works closely with the insurance industry, legal offices nationwide, crisis management firms, financial institutions and law enforcement at all levels to provide the best possible protection to its clients.
Sera-Brynn’s clients include Fortune 1000 companies, healthcare clients, financial institutions, insurance carriers and re-insurers, higher education, municipalities and state governments, manufacturers, law offices, large retail establishments, technology enterprises, accounting firms, national non-profits, and international joint ventures.