There are very stringent requirements for companies that have been approved to work with e-commerce. And this is good because it ensures that your customers are secure when shopping on your website. ePay is of course certified according to the PCI standard, which requires compliance with no less than 200 security points. Read more about this below.
We guarantee ongoing development of our payment solutions and we naturally use the latest web technology. All our systems are surveyed 24 hours a day and we have an external backup system that ensures we do not lose important information. All communication concerning money and card details is encrypted.
We also check that no one external can break into the communication between you and your customer and we are also surveyed during payment. Surveillance is carried out by FortConsult, which is approved to certify companies that sell payment solutions.
FortConsult regularly scans our own system to try to find breaks in security, and once a year they work really hard at trying to hack into it. Our close collaboration with FortConsult ensures that security is always optimum.
What is the PCI standard?
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard - normally called the PCI standard - was set up in 2005 by VISA and MasterCard. The aim was to increase the level of security for online card payments and to ensure the standard was used worldwide.
The PCI standard defines a long list of requirements for how we and other payment solution providers handle, store and transmit our customers' card details.
Both Pay and other Danish companies that handle card data, abide by the PCI standard and as the most Danes' Dankort is today combined with VISA, this card must also abide by the standard.
More information about the PCI standard
You can read more about the PCI standard here.