TrustCommerce, a Sphere Company, Achieves HITRUST CSF® Certification to Manage Risk, Improve Security Posture and Meet Compliance Requirements

HITRUST CSF® Certification validates TrustCommerce is committed to meeting key regulations and protecting sensitive information. TrustCommerce, a Sphere company, today announced the TrustCommerce – TC Core has earned Certified status for information security by HITRUST. HITRUST CSF Certified status demonstrates that the organization’s TC Core system has met key regulatory requirements and industry-defined requirements and…

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Meet TrustCommerce at HIMSS19 – Booth #2679

TrustCommerce is heading to sunny Orlando, Florida to exhibit at the HIMSS19 Conference & Exhibition, February 12-14, 2019! Visit us at Booth #2679. TrustCommerce provides healthcare organizations with end-to-end secure payment acceptance solutions seamlessly integrated with leading EHR solutions, such as Epic and GE Centricity. We look forward to connecting with new faces, clients, and…

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Sphere, Parent of TrustCommerce, Launches at Money20/20

Company leading evolution in integrated payment solutions with technology-driven commerce platform that’s fully flexible with existing business systems NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October 23, 2018) – Sphere, a premier provider of end-to-end integrated payments and security software, makes its debut this week at Money20/20. Founded by executives from some of the largest payment companies and backed by…

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Watermelons and Compliance

My dad, a process safety engineer in the Oil and Gas Industry sent me a text yesterday, saying that he was going to send me an article about watermelons. I thought this was unusual on a couple of counts. First, my dad was sending me an article about watermelons, and secondly, this somehow related to my work as a compliance professional. Send the article he did. I read it and, lo and behold, there actually is a connection to my work…

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The Role of Compliance and Ethics in Today’s Payments Companies

The payments industry is highly complex and highly regulated. It’s unlikely that a person new to the industry would walk in and be able to identify right from wrong, speaking in regulatory sense. The lattice of regulation created by the card brand rules, state and local laws, as well as federal regulation, and potentially international laws, can cause confusion even among well-entrenched payments professionals.

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