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    The popularity of non-cash payments on the Internet is growing every year, in some countries their share already exceeds 80% of the total number of financial transactions performed annually. But the greater the number of transactions made using bank payment cards (BPC), the more this area attracts criminals. And the more urgent is the task of protecting funds on card accounts. To protect consumers from possible fraud, you need to worry about the security of the payment card industry (PCI SSC).

    Betti Braun

    In fact, few people think about how to ensure maximum protection for their payments. For me, this is an important issue, so I took up this problem and knew the solution for the PCI DSS industry to ensure the security of cardholder data that is stored, transmitted, and processed in information systems. I think everyone should be concerned about safety first and foremost.


    Malicious software. Malicious software or malware is software that is programmed to perform malicious activities such as stealing data. Malware can infect computers through links in emails or social media messages, such as downloading malware from an infected website. Once malware has infiltrated a computer system, it can be difficult to remove it.

    Celly Swehykol

    With the advent of the Internet and other global networks, the field of network security has become incredibly popular and important for maintaining the homeostasis of the networks of large corporations and small companies. Every year, new methods are invented to help strengthen network security, and one of these innovative methods is tokenization. Now, this method is even used to provide reliable protection for credit cards, I advise you to learn more about Gibraltar Managed IT Services . I have spent enough time studying this method of network security and I can say with confidence that it can guarantee almost absolute network security.

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