Why We use eWay?
When an eCommerce transaction reaches our payment gateway, we store the information under bank-grade security. For your protection, neither you nor anybody else will be able to extract the credit card number – ever.
safe & secure. easy!
Card data stored by eWAY is encrypted using Ingrian devices to provide the highest level of security available. This enables your eCommerce business to keep growing without you having to worry about storing billing information. That is why eWAY is globally recognised as the secure payment gateway.
Every day we use McAfee Secure to scan our website for potential security flaws. By keeping up to date with current threats we ensure that information entered on our website cannot be compromised.
Thales devotes more than $4 billion per year to research and development, employing 22,500 engineers and scientists to work on their cutting-edge technologies. The company provides military-grade encryption to eWAY's systems, keeping your data secure.
PCI DSS compliance
Visa, MasterCard and other major credit organisations have created a set of requirements which must be met by companies who store or process credit card data, known as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. eWAY is externally audited each year to ensure that we are Tier 1 PCI DSS compliant, the highest level of compliance.
Why we use Geo Trust SSL
GeoTrust® is the world's second largest digital certificate provider. More than 100,000 customers in over 150 countries trust GeoTrust to secure online transactions and conduct business over the Internet. Our range of digital certificate and trust products enable organizations of all sizes to maximize the security of their digital transactions cost-effectively.
GeoTrust's world-class SSL Certificates offer fast delivery at a cost-effective price, enabling up to 256-bit SSL encryption, and include a range of GeoTrust® True Site Seals based on the level of identity verification.
GeoTrust's Signing Products represent the latest in next-generation technology for digitally signing applications, binding people and documents, and assuring code integrity to wireless platforms.