New releases | PCI Booking

New releases

  • 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.  
  • 08/Dec/2017

    Successfully remaining PCI compliant requires attention across all methods of accepting payment card data, including telephone. To facilitate telephone bookings, PCI Booking has developed Card Over The Phone.

  • 08/Dec/2017

    PCI Booking have again renewed our PCI DSS Level 1 PCI Compliance, a continuation from 2012 when PCI Booking first became fully compliant with this highest level of PCI accreditation. This latest Attestation of Compliance (AOC) renewal will run from December 9th, 2017 through December 8th, 2018.

    At time of increased threat from cyber-criminality, once again renewing Level 1 PCI Compliance highlights our commitment to protecting the personal data that our customers entrust PCI Booking with.

  • 08/Nov/2017

    As part of PCI Booking’s efforts to improve user experience, we are delighted to announce Universal Tokenization, a solution designed to aid customers working with multiple third party partners (such as Booking.com, Expedia and many others).

  • 09/Oct/2017

    Due to the nature of travel reservations, and the physical locations of the PCI Booking servers, travelers creating reservations and entering card details are often substantially geographically separated from the PCI Booking card capture hosting location.

     

  • 26/Sep/2017

    Underscoring its commitment to ensuring safe and secure credit card transactions, PCI Booking is delighted to announce Credit Card Risk Assessment, an instant and reliable solution for identifying potentially fraudulent transactions.

    With data breaches becoming more frequent, merchants must approach transactions with a certain level of caution. Detecting signs of fraud is critical in prevention of costly credit card chargebacks.

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