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From ETA 2013: We're in this together

As we started planning Trustwave's presence at the ETA (Electronic Transactions Association) 2013 Annual Meeting & Expo in New Orleans we asked ourselves what "we're in this together" really means.

To our team attending the show, this means we're here to solve data security and compliance challenges, with our payments market expertise and turnkey merchant programs. And, that this is what the evolving payments industry expects from Trustwave.

"We look forward to talking to ETA members about the fast-moving evolutions of payments," noted Doug Klotnia, Executive Vice President of Compliance & Risk at Trustwave.

As we discussed the spirit of the ETA Community, we knew that wasn't all that we're here to do. We truly feel that we are part of a strong community that faces every challenge together as partners.

That's why Trustwave is making a contribution to the New Orleans community while they host us for the 2013 ETA Annual Meeting and Expo. We'll be donating $5,000 to The Epworth Project, an organization that is still working to repair the more than 40,000 homes damaged by Hurricane Katrina.

If you're at the show, stop by Trustwave Booth #934 and have your conference badge scanned and we'll donate an additional $5 to The Epworth Project. While you're at the booth, please grab a drink and a snack, and ask us about our Compliance & Risk Management Solutions.

Because we're in this together.

See you in NOLA!

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