Authvia deploys a multi-layered security model that ensures the latest industry security standards are deployed to protect financial and personal information stored and transmitted across our platform and payment processing gateways. This includes meeting security compliance standards, gateway certification, tokenization, and network security.
The Authvia platform continuously undertakes the strict security audits associated with the rigid standards of PCI certification and compliance. We do not store credit cards or bank account information within our platform. This ensures your customer’s financial information is never at risk.
We’ve partnered with industry leading token providers to ensure credit cards and bank account information is security stored in secured “vaults”.
Tokenization differs from encryption in that it relies on randomization rather than an encryption/decryption key pair. Randomization is more secure as there is no key or algorithm that can be used to blunt-force the original financial information.
Like Authvia, token service providers must continuously meet the strictest PCI Compliance standards available.
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Isn’t everyone hosted on Amazon Web Services, where state of the art firewall, instruction detection, and advanced threat protection is deployed across the entire AWS network.
We feel safe, so should you.
Secure Data Transfer
All transactional data into or out of our system is transmitted via an HTTPS connection. Batch data transferred into or from Authvia takes place over FTPs as a file upload or download. Both HTTPS and FTPs encrypt and decrypt data requests and responses. We take data security very seriously and ensure that we meet the latest industry requirements, including the latest PCI compliance guidelines.