Security at ePay

High security for online payments

PCI DSS Compliant

I In Denmark, very high standards are required for companies approved for online trading, including payment gateways like ePay. This is beneficial as it ensures that your customers can feel secure when shopping on your online store.

ePay is, of course, certified according to the PCI standard, which requires compliance with more than 200 security points. You can read more about it below.

We guarantee the continuous development of our payment solutions, and we naturally use the latest web technologies. All our systems are monitored around the clock, and we have an external backup system that ensures we do not lose important information. All communication involving money and card data is, of course, encrypted.

What is the PCI standard?

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard - commonly known as the PCI standard - was established in 2005 at the initiative of Visa and MasterCard. The goal was to raise the security level for card payments online and to create common security requirements for the entire payment card industry.

The PCI standard defines a wide range of requirements for how we and others who provide payment solutions handle, store, and transmit customers' card data.

Both ePay and other Danish companies that handle card data are subject to the PCI standard, and since the vast majority of Danes' Dankort today are combined with Visa, the security standard also applies to Dankort.

Security when you shop

When you pay via ePay, the payment will always be made through a secure connection (SSL). You can see that the connection is secure by looking for the padlock in your browser and that the web address (URL) starts with https://. This means that your card information is encrypted and cannot be read by others.

The payment will always be made either via the online store's web address, where ePay will function as an integrated part of the online store, or via ePay's own payment page

ePay employees will never contact you directly and ask for your card information. If you receive a request where someone pretends to be from ePay and asks for your card information, you should reject the request and contact ePay.

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