Security is always the main focus when dealing with sensitive data such as credit card information. It is important that our clients experience a high level of security when they use our systems and that this confidence is passed on to their customers.
PCI DSS certification
The purpose of the PCI Data Security Standard (DSS) is to have a common international standard for the manner in which credit card data is processed. The standard defines a set of requirements for the storage, transmission, and handling of credit card data - and how to check that these requirements are met.
QuickPay is certified according to the latest version of the PCI DSS Level 1. It is a comprehensive process which, among other things, involves:
- An Annual Report on Compliance (ROC) performed by a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA)
- Quarterly scans of the network, performed by an Approved Scan Vendor (ASV)
- A large number of rules and guidelines for workflow, and the processing and storage of data
Both consumers and e-commerce stores will benefit from the enhanced safety requirements specified by the PCI certification. By doing business with suppliers who have obtained the PCI certification, as an e-commerce business you reduce the risk of fraud and provide users with a greater sense of security as a customer in the shop.
The technical foundation
Both the platform on which QuickPay is built and the organizational culture are based on a strong technical foundation. The hosting environment around QuickPay is managed in-house by pil.dk. We are therefore not dependent on third party vendors and any emergencies can be responded to immediately. It provides security - both for us and for our customers.
Redundancy and failover are deeply embedded in our way of thinking and in our actions, which is reflected in the systems that we develop and operate.