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Credit Cards And Cloud Security

Updated on May 18, 2019

Some people wrongly believe cloud to be insecure. That belief is incorrect.
Take it from Troly: cloud is strong and secure. It also beats other storage solutions because:

  • Cloud stores confidential data digitally instead of on a sheet of paper, a single spreadsheet, or any other non-cloud option that risks a security breach at a single shatterpoint.
  • Cloud stores data ‘off site’ so not only theft, but the risk of accidental damage and loss is minimised compared to a storing data in a single place.
  • Cloud is secured with cryptography and cyber security that all large organisations like Troly rely on for its comprehensive and robust strength.

Per Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards, all credit card data handled by Troly is encrypted and all communications with banking organisations are secured, end-to-end.

Why Troly is Trusted on Security

Technology is Our Passion

Our passion is code. Our education and training is software engineering. Our mission is to deliver innovative software with robust technical reliability. Just as we admire the skill and craft our valued clients bring to producing wine and brews, so too are we devoted to providing precision security and support to each and every Troly client.

Data encryption

When credit card details are entered in Troly, every piece is immediately encrypted using a CIA-compliant cryptographic algorithm and additional bank security. This means no database stores any information.

Please contact us ([email protected]) and our team will engage the process for you (please note that this can take up to 2 full weeks).

SSL security

When you bank online your transactions are private and encrypted. It’s the exact same with Troly.

Frequently asked questions

If I need to access my customer’s payment data, can Troly help me?

Yes! The platform stores your customer’s data securely, but we can make it available to you on request if a special need arises.  Just be sure to keep in mind that the bank will charge a “decryption fee” to provide the data due to the security process involved.

That’s why it's always worthwhile to see if you can obtain the data direct from the customer first. In our experience, if you’re providing a refund (or something similar), customers are usually happy to assist.

My Internet has been hacked, what will happen to my customers banking data?

Don't worry, anyone trying to spy on your internet traffic will only see gibberish!

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