Minimize Risk By Securing Customer Data
NCR Secure Pay allows you to process payments in a PCI-DSS compliant and secure manner. NCR Secure Pay helps you minimize your risk for a credit card security breach by taking credit card storage out of your local system and moving it to our NCR Secure Pay host.
How NCR Secure Pay Works.
NCR Secure Pay processess payments securely by addressing the key elements of payment security: data storage and transmission of cardholder information.
What is P2PE (Point to Point Encryption)?
Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) helps protect sensitive credit and debit card data from the first card swipe, while in transit, and all the way to the NCR Secure Pay host. State of the art encrypting devices encrypt cardholder information prior to performing an electronic payment transaction. These sophisticated devices use strong encryption and industry standard key management technologies to encrypt and transmit cardholder data securely over any network.
What is Tokenization?
NCR Secure Pay automatically utilizes token replacement, also known as tokenization, which allows NCR Counterpoint SQL to store a token instead of an actual card number. The card number is stored at the NCR Secure Pay host in its encrypted database. This functionality is used to store a customer’s card number in a protected environment for future purposes, such as validated returns and card-on-file transactions.
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Why NCR Secure Pay is Important to You.
A Data Breach Could Cost You Your Business.
Credit Card data breaches are expensive—even a modest exposure of 50 customer credit card numbers can result in unplanned costs of $10,000 or more in penalties, fees, time expenditure, and, the most difficult to quantify: your reputation.