Keeping Payment card transactions secure is a common responsibility of all. Merchants, credit card processors, card-issuing banks and the real card brands all have an important role to play.
Visa gives the following suggestions to you can to make your processing safe and secure:
- Make the change to EMV terminals.
EMV technology encrypts every transaction so the information can’t be stolen and copied on fake cards, successfully withdrawing fraud. EMV terminals authenticate your card utilizing the dynamic data contained in the embedded microchip. The cardholder approves that they are the owner of the card while the card is still in the EMV terminal, finishing the double verification process.
If you haven’t effectively done the change to EMV at your business, you’re not doing all that you can to protect yourself and your clients from card fraud. Work with TSYS to distinguish which EMV terminals best suit your requirements and budget.
- Implement Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE).
The p2pe technology eliminates account information and encrypts sensitive cardholder information until it achieves secure decoding. Like EMV, this procedure makes the information wasted to criminals.
- Outsource the handling of e-commerce cardholder information to a PCI DSS approved service provider.
Making this step reduces risk disclosure and expenses related to securing your environment. It can also essentially decrease PCI DSS applicability for merchants who don’t store, process or transmit cardholder information. Visa’s Global Registry of Service Providers gives a list of PCI DSS approved and enlisted service provider, including TSYS.
Radiant Payment Gateway Solutions consolidates various security solutions for help shield your business from fraud as well as from the crippling expenses of an information burst. Ensure your income, your clients, and your reputation by taking a proactive position to protect payment processing safe and secure.