Another PCI Level 1 certification for UK’s largest PSP
Despite the rigorous process and stringent demands involved in attaining PCI Level 1 status, PayPoint.net has just been given the stamp of approval by Nettitude, security assessor and PCI expert. This is the ninth year (without fail) for PayPoint and as expressed by Head of Compliance at Nettitude, Ben Densham: “I am pleased to confirm that, following a successful audit and rigorous security testing from the team at Nettitude, PayPoint.net has demonstrated its servers and network architecture continue to meet the highest possible security standard.”
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The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS) are the legal criteria that govern the payment processing industry for the protection of cardholders’ information and to defend against fraudulent activity online. The standards are constantly being changed and updated, making the process of compliance, an ongoing commitment and because of this, PayPoint views itself as a key facilitator for online merchants: “As a partner in their PCI strategy, we can safeguard our clients from future changes to the rules, and they also benefit from our platform’s additional capabilities, such as our tokenisation functionality.” Dan Salmons, Managing Director, E&M Commerce.
In addition, PayPoint has registered on the Visa Agent Merchant list as a Third Party Agent