The obligation to protect sensitive customer card payment data is codified in the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and its strict controls designed to prevent credit card fraud. Compliance with PCI DSS is an enormous challenge for all organizations that have sensitive customer information in multiple networked systems.
PCI DSS compliance requires that merchants and service providers properly protect credit card data.
Tokenization provides an alternative to expensive onsite compliance. This approach enables merchants to store all sensitive customer data remotely in a PCI-compliant environment run by a trusted third-party, without spending money on upgrades.
Download this viewpoint paper to see how Tokenization helps safeguard customer data to secure trust and strengthen relationships
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