A recent spate of data breaches at major international retailers has put the spotlight on the threat to cardholder security posed by compromised point-of-sale (POS) systems. But an equally large threat looms in the form of e-commerce firms storing their customers’ card data. This white paper outlines the solution to this problem, including: how mobile payment technologies can free e-commerce firms from the burdens and risks of retaining customers' financial data; how tokenization in general improves card data security; how Cellum achieves banking-grade security in its services.
In addition to being fully PCI DSS compliant, Cellum follows a strict security policy aimed at ensuring that all transactions are perfectly safe for every customer and partner of Cellum.more
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