Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) is a global data security standard that was created to help businesses process card payments securely, and to protect confidential payment card information against theft and fraud. The five card schemes that created the council are American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard, and Visa Inc.
Airlines have demanded that IATA support PCI DSS and have made compliance mandatory for all Accredited Travel Agents by March 2018.Those that cannot meet the requirements will likely lose customers and credibility within the sector.
Adflex Tokenisation is used to safeguard sensitive data involving cards. PCI DSS defines tokenisation as "a process by which the primary account number (PAN) is replaced with a surrogate value called a token".
By using our secure card portal, you can tokenise card details. Isolating the risk of fraud and more importantly provide your business with the compliance it needs.
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