Be2bill increases again its security level by renewing its PCI-DSS certification in version 3.1

Cyril Blondel
Posted on 27 June 2016 by Cyril Blondel
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Be2bill, the first 100% omnichannel payment solution, renewed with success its PCI-DSS Level1 certification both for eCommerce, mobile and in-store payments.

More precisely, Be2bill platform is now compliant with version 3.1 of PCI-DSS guidelines. Concretly, all requirements are stronger and clarified on various thematics. This is mandatory to keep the highest level of security to operate payments for Be2bill merchants. In that way, they are guaranteed that their transactions are managed in accordance with the latest regulations. Last but not least, PCI-DSS standards just evolved again to version 3.2. Be2bill security teams are already digging into those new rules and started to work on making useful adaptations.

This pro-active approach of Be2bill to be always compliant with the latest security standards and our permanent focus to offer the highest level of reliability offer to our merchants the ability to concentrate on their core business. Be2bill thanks to its full active/active platform have now an average availability rate above 99,9%. Every monthly update offering new functionalities to merchants are then totally silent. Finally, platform distributed architecture protects it natively against regularly attacks faced by payment solutions.

By respecting the highest security regulations and its excellent availability, Be2bill is recognized since its launch in 2012 by major payment schemes: Visa & MasterCard.

View Be2bill PCI-DSS v3.1 certificate of compliance
View Visa Members’ Agent list
View MasterCard agreed Services Providers’ list

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