Is your Data Safe? What about your customers? Unknowingly exposing your customer’s credit card, or any data could put you out of business. With Identity Theft and hacking at an all time high, you must put safeguards in place by locking down entry at all payment entry and access points.
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PCI isn’t just about protecting the data in transit. It is about protecting the environment where the data resides.
Remove the data and protect your business and clients by tokenizing every transaction at the point of sale. It is a simple and secure way to take the card out of scope and your business may qualify for free breach insurance. Protect valuable payment card data from the moment of swipe throughout the transaction with our solutions. Go Beyond: Our solution is a powerful payment card security that combines the flexibility of software or hardware based encryption with random-number tokenization technology. Payment card data is protected at every...
Risking your customer’s credit card data could put you out of business. Criminals were in one merchant’s system for nearly 7 months freely taking customer’s credit card information. Her acquiring bank has been holding money that has been coming in from her credit card transactions so they can cover any fines by Visa or Mastercard. Watch her story below. What does PCI DSS stand for? We understand that this terminology may be confusing or intimidating. We also know that the demand of running your business leaves little time to...
Employment screening helps corporations and businesses of all sizes save time and money during their hiring and recruitment process. Tokenization protects your customers’ credit data and your business’ liability.
How SSL Encryption Works. We use the industry standard security protocol Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to encode sensitive information like your credit card number that passes between you and our company. SSL works by creating a temporary, shared “key” (sort of a digital code book) that lets only the computers on either end of a transmission scramble and unscramble information.
EMV (Europay, MasterCard, VISA) Are you ready? What is it? This technology adopted throughout most parts of the world (Europe, Canada, Latin America, Middle East and so on), the US is one of the last countries to enact in this standard. It is amazing what a little chip can do to safeguard a loss. When the card is used at a terminal, the data is encrypted by the chip generating a new distinctive code every time. This way, data cannot be copied or lifted by a third party. By October 2015, if retailers have not complied with moving forward...