Fight back against hackers and malicious software. Payment card numbers are scrambled during the transaction with the latest encryption technology. Afterward, card data is replaced with tokens, storing only non-sensitive information in your systems.
Protect your brand and bottom line. Customers aren't the only ones who suffer when you face a data breach. Brand damage, loss of customer confidence, financial liability and litigation are all potential outcomes. By thwarting hackers, you're also helping protect a priceless asset: your reputation.
Limit business disruptions. In most cases, encryption and tokenization are compatible with existing terminals. This feature often makes installation as easy as the flip of a switch.
Cover most transaction types. Card present, card not present, e-commerce, virtual terminals – encryption and tokenization reduce nearly all transaction types.
Limit your PCI-DSS Scope. By removing cardholder data from your payment environment, encryption and tokenization reduce your responsibilities for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) compliance, the card industry standard for payment data security.