New releases | PCI Booking

New releases

  • 05/Oct/2018

    Meet PCI Booking at ITB Asia in Singapore and be in with a chance to win a GoPro!

    Join us at ITB Asia (Booth A36) where our PCI compliance experts will be discussing how travel companies can protect their customers credit card information and become PCI compliant.

    What we will be discussing:

  • 17/Sep/2018

    On Sunday, September 30th, 2018 between 6:00 AM to 7:30 AM GMT, PCI Booking will undergo a planned system update.

    All PCI Booking systems will remain operational during this period. However, there may be a slowdown in the processing of cards and tokens through our system. This may potentially cause longer response times for storing and retrieving card data.

    This scheduled update will introduce a new feature that allows automatic deletion of the card token when deleting the CVV.

  • 18/Jul/2018
  • 09/Jul/2018

    We would like to let you know regarding some improvements that have been made to the Property Management System.

    Until now, the process of managing properties (actions such as sending or resending activation emails and reopening closed properties) required logging into the PCI Booking user's portal and manually completing these actions. We recognize this is time consuming and, in order to improve this process, we have developed and released the following functionality updates:

  • 02/Jul/2018

    We are pleased to inform you of updates we have introduced to our PCI Shield product. Effective now, customers have the option of preventing storing the same card details multiple times, thus creating multiple tokens for, effectively, the same data.

  • 29/Dec/2017
    In order to enhance security of our customers’ credit card information, and as outlined in previous announcements, PCI Booking has implemented changes to the CVV Retention Policy.
    The new CVV Retention Policy covers two major components:
    • * The duration that CVV data can be stored for before automatic deletion.
    • * Where the CVV data may be sent to and the frequency of such relays.