The MPS Redbox: A Comprehensive, Integrated Security Appliance that has seen strong adoption in the Convenience and Petroleum Retail Marketplace
New York, NY – September 29, 2011 – Reliant Security, a leading provider of data-security software, hardware and services will be exhibiting at the NACS Show October 2-4, 2011, at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL.
Reliant Security will feature the MPS Redbox at its exhibit (booth 7607), which simplifies the process for multi-site retail merchants to achieve and maintain compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). Further, the Redbox virtualized, open platform provides the extensibility to support additional in-store systems, allowing merchants to deploy one Redbox appliance in a store to operate and support multiple applications. By providing this extensibility, the Redbox appliance continues to drive down costs for retail IT executives and creates a compelling Return on Investment while improving the bottom line.
Reliant Security’s co-founder Mark Weiner stated, “The Redbox has become more than just a PCI Compliance Solution; it is now a virtualized in-store appliance providing comprehensive PCI Technical Controls in conjunction with an increasing number of value added store-based applications such as in-store music and IP telephony. These in-store applications allow merchants to save on incremental hardware and software, creating a compelling ROI on their Redbox investment. Our clients love its simplicity.”
Reliant Security principals will be offering demos of the Redbox at the NACS Show in booth 7607.
About NACS Show
The NACS Show is the #1 buying show in the country according to Exhibit Surveys, Inc. and provides the most comprehensive representation of products and services for the convenience industry. Retailers come to the NACS Show to discover proven ideas and strategies that enable them to increase sales, attract new customers, build their brand and improve their bottom line.
Suppliers exhibit at the Show to establish a presence in the convenience channel, obtain sales leads, increase product exposure and introduce new products. Last year, more than 22,000 people attended the NACS Show from 65 countries and more than 1,300 companies exhibited.