The Cookies Policy provides the conditions, procedures, and purposes of the use and storage of cookies by us.
Any use of the Website means that you are acquainted, and you agree with this Cookies Policy and unconditionally accept all its terms.
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Although we may obtain information about your computer or other electronic device such as your IP address, your browser and/or other information, this will not usually identify you personally.
Some of the services listed below collect statistics in aggregated form and may not require the consent of the User or may be managed directly by the Owner – depending on how they are described – without the help of third parties.
Our website employs the use the various third-party services. Through the use of our website, these services may place anonymous cookies on the Visitor’s browser and may send their own cookies to the Visitor’s cookie file.
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PCI is a security standard that was founded by various card associations, including Visa and MasterCard. The full standard is known as PCI DSS or the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.
The goal of the standard is to ensure the protection of card-holder data. In an online merchant (or ecommerce / card-not-present) environment, card-holder data typically refers to the PAN (Primary Account Number) displayed on the card, the card-holders name, card expiry date and CVV or security code on the back of the card.
The PCI standard requires that any company that is involved in any way with the processing, storage or transmission of card-holder data needs to be PCI compliant. This means they need to have certain practices or processes in place within their organisation in order to protect card data. In South African online or card-not-present environments the relevant cards that are in-scope are usually your credit or cheque cards.
In the event of a breach of data, where the security of card-holder data is suspected to have been compromised by either internal employees or external hackers, the organisation(s) that had the breach could face significant fines if it is found that PCI standards were not in place in the company at the time of the breach.
In addition, is it possible that the industry or relevant bank may temporarily stop those organisations processing any payment transactions, which could result in the merchant not being able to sell its product or service online.READ MORE BACK