The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) had been working on PDQ machines for payments over the phone; this proved time consuming and inefficient. We moved them to SIP telephony and a cloud PCI solution to increase efficiencies and make compliance easier.View case study View all case studies
Business voice-recording, analytics, communications transcription, and secure card payments FAQ
Having PCI DSS software implemented does not guarantee 100% safety, but it can significantly increase the safety and security of payment card data. The level of safety increase can vary based on the specific implementation and how well the software is designed, implemented, and maintained.
Additionally, having PCI DSS software can also help organisations identify and respond to security incidents quickly, as it requires organisations to have incident response plans in place. This can further reduce the impact of a potential breach and increase overall safety.
It's important to note that having PCI DSS software is just one aspect of a comprehensive security program. Organisations should also implement other security measures, such as access controls, network security, and staff training, to further enhance safety which Britannic can offer too.
Credit and debit card fraud can cost the UK economy significant amounts of money each year. According to UK Finance, which represents the banking and finance industry, the total losses due to card fraud in the UK in 2021 were around £470.5 million.
The cost of credit fraud is not just financial. It can also have a significant impact on the trust and confidence that consumers have in the banking and finance industry, and can damage the reputation of individual businesses that suffer from fraud attacks. As such, it is important for organizations to implement effective measures to prevent and detect fraud, and to respond quickly and appropriately in the event of a fraud attack.