ACI Worldwide, a provider of electronic payments software and solutions, has released the latest versions of BASE24-eps, BASE24-atm and BASE24-pos, which have been validated under the Payment Card Industry’s (PCI) Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS), a global standard for vendors of payment applications.
Charlie Collins, director of security engineering at ACI Worldwide, said: “ACI is committed to helping our customers protect the security of their customers. BASE24-eps and BASE24 are used by some of the largest organisations in the industry, it is essential that we maintain our ongoing investment in keeping them validated to the very highest industry standards, across all platforms.”
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