Capita’s software services business has reported that it is the first company in the UK to receive accreditation to use the latest generation of unattended payment terminals from VeriFone and Secure Retail within its customers’ self-service kiosks.
Housing providers and local authorities can now access the most up-to-date system to take kiosk payments across their networks while remaining within the scope of the evolving PCI-DSS compliance guidelines.
David Russell, sales director, Secure Retail, said, “Because the PCI-DSS standard constantly develops, it is imperative that companies follow suit and use the latest technology to keep customers’ details safe. Our partnership with VeriFone means that Capita can provide a stable and future-proof payments system across its customer base, enabling them in turn to provide a first-rate service to end-users.”
The UX 100 keypad has the latest PCI 3.X security certification and meets EMV level 2 certification when connected to the UX 300 card reader. It supports a secured link to the UX 300 to guarantee security around message display, PIN and keyboard entry.