Customer interaction specialist The Logic Group has launches of its new range of secure payment solutions.
Aimed at providing merchants, retailers and acquirers with flexible payment platforms, a choice of hardware or value-add options and significant cost savings, The Logic Group’s portfolio offers customers a range of options on the road towards Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance while allowing them to take advantage of potentially significant cost benefits.
The new range includes:
- Solve Centurion is a European payments authorisation and settlement platform. It provides merchants with a powerful secure platform and the capability to accept transactions from multiple channels including physical points of sale such as in retail stores, through to contact centres and websites. The solution provides the highest levels of security for stored card data at rest.
- Solve DataShield extends payment solutions to provide PCI DSS scope reduction. It uses end-to-end encryption technology to secure card data within a secure PIN Entry Device and transfers it across the network only decrypting it at a secure, PCI DSS compliant central point. Solve DataShield also supports tokenisation, which includes the replacing of card data with a unique token coupled with PIN Entry Device (PED) security measures to detect potentially fraudulent devices. The combination of end-to-end encryption and tokenisation allows card data to be removed from an organisations infrastructure, thereby reducing the scope of PCI DSS compliance.
- Solve Praetorian is a secure payment gateway, primarily aimed at banks and card processors. Capable of managing the sorts of transaction volumes associated with acquiring platforms, it offers high performance payment acceptance, security and flexibility across multiple channels and devices.
Chief executive of The Logic Group, Antony Jones, said: “We have worked closely with our clients to provide innovative solutions as the PCI DSS landscape has evolved over the last six years, enabling us to develop a sound understanding of their payment security needs. Our solutions operate at the heart of over 35% of card payments in the UK today and we have become a trusted advisory partner to a major number of our client base, which includes up to 60% of the UK’s largest retailers, insurers and telecommunications companies. Our portfolio of secure payment solutions provides a holistic approach to addressing their requirements and reflects our understanding that differing organisations have differing requirements.”
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