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Payment Gateway without PCI Compliance Scan

Security, security, security. It is a common theme anywhere you go in this day and age, even more so in the financial world with so many personal details linked to a simple plastic card. Cash may still be king in some places, but for the most part we all use credit cards. So,

What you need to know about Chargeback Protection

A chargeback, also known as a reversal, is a transaction disputed by a customer or their card issuer. There can be myriad reasons for chargebacks: returned merchandise, terminated services, disputes, errors, or fraud being the most common. Many customers will approach the merchant first to resolve the dispute, only initiating the chargeback process

2016-12-27T20:38:45+00:00June 18th, 2015|Categories: Insights - Tips & Resources|Tags: , , , , |

ImGlobal offers 3D Secure

Ever been at an online checkout, and right after you click purchase, you are redirected to a verification page for your credit card? It can prove to be a hassle, especially if you cant remember your password, but in today’s day and age, better to be safe than sorry right? This extra layer

Protect Yourself Against Data Breach

You may have probably heard about data breaches in the newspaper. It does happen more than people think. But what is it? And can it put your company at risk? Basically, data breaches occur when private or personal information saved on desktops, hard drives or any other digital storage devices are stolen. This

What is Tokenization?

Tokenization is a buzzword used in computer science. It is essentially the act of replacing sensitive data or information with unique phrases, keywords, symbols and words without compromising its security. This process seeks to reduce the amount of data individuals and companies need on hand. It has become a great way for big

2016-12-27T20:38:50+00:00June 15th, 2015|Categories: Insights - Tips & Resources|Tags: , , , |

PCI Compliance – Why is it Important?

What is PCI compliance? Essentially, PCI stands for Payment Card Industry. PCI compliance is a set of specific requirements meant to ensure that all firms that process, transmit or store credit card data maintains a secure environment. In other words, it is designed to protect personal information when transactions are processed using a