Data Security Day is upon us (January 28). Held annually, Data Privacy Day, led by the National Cyber Security Alliance, strives to increase awareness of privacy and data protection issues among consumers and businesses. Here are 3 things you need to know. Data Security is everyone’s responsibility. Every day. All day. According to the “IBM Security…
2016 promises to be an exciting and innovative year for payments. Payment security will continue to be a key focus area for businesses in order to achieve growth and avoid making headlines. The Millennial generation will lead the way for mobile payment adoption as well as the demand for more and integrated payments options. As EMV begins…
We are hitting the road this spring. Make sure to visit with us when we are in your neighborhood. GE Western Region User Group Meeting (WRUG) February 10 – February 12, 2016 — Sacramento Parking Industry Exhibition 2016 February 28 – March 3, 2016 — Las Vegas HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition February 29 – March 4, 2016 — Las Vegas…
The City of Las Vegas Utilizes TC Link® API and AIMS Parking Management Software to accept credit card payments for event parking while keeping sensitive payment data out of their environment.
TrustCommerce’s payment engine is integrated with top health record software for the secure processing of credit cards, offering P2PE solutions that remove credit card data from provider environments and reduce PCI DSS scope.
In the third part of our TC Citadel® series, you will learn how to set up an installment payment cycle. Installment payments, like recurring payments, allow you to automatically deduct payments from a customer’s credit card or checking account. However, installments allow you to accept a payment towards a portion of a larger invoice. This is great for Healthcare, Insurance, or any organization that does invoicing. You can set up an installment payment within the TC Vault® or via TC Link® API. This article’s example will use the TC Vault.
By now you have likely heard about the October 1, 2015 EMV Liability Shift. Simply put, the Liability Shift means that the liability for fraudulent cards falls on the party who is the least EMV compliant. For example, if you process a chip credit card using a swipe-only terminal, you may be liable for the fraud. If the card holder does not have a chip card, the merchant would not be responsible as the liability would fall on the card issuer. You can learn about different scenarios here: Liability Shift.
The Ingenico Telium series of smart terminals come standard with advanced security features to support merchants’ EMV and payment security initiatives.
IRVINE, California, September 16, 2015 — TrustCommerce®, the leading provider of Secure Payment Solutions, is pleased to announce that we have selected POS smart terminal maker Ingenico Group as an equipment provider to support EMV® for our merchants.
In today’s Tip Tuesday, part two of our TC Citadel series, we will go over setting up recurring payments. Recurring payments are a great benefit to many organizations that provide a subscription service such as: Web Hosting, Magazines, Non-Profit Payment Solutions, and so forth. TC Citadel’s recurring payments make it easy for an organization to set up a subscription type payment that will automatically deduct the funds from a customer’s credit card or checking account. This can be done within the TC Vault® or via our API, TC Link®. Here, you’ll learn how to configure a recurring payment within the TC Vault.