Protecting customer data and protecting the integrity of the funds on their Mobile Wallet is the primary responsibility of a Hight Technologies company such as Paytoo Corp.
The Hight Level of Security have a standard that includes requirements for security management, policies, procedures, network architecture, software design and other critical protective measures. This comprehensive standard is intended to help organizations proactively protect customer account data..
Paytoo Corp is committed to investing in security up front. In the Payment industry, maintaining a reputation of impeccable data security is irreplaceable.
With data security in place, the focus turns to creating a transaction processing system that is always accessible. Paytoo Corp has encapsulated the network and processing systems of the company in the NAP (network access point) of the Netherland, AT Telecity House, Amsterdam. This facility houses data centers for some of the largest companies in the world. It is a TIA942 Tier IV class facility. It is the premier location in Europe for housing a data center. The facility was the first purpose-built, carrier-neutral Network Access Point and is the only facility of its kind specifically designed to link Paytoo with the rest of the world.
As a contingency plan, if something catastrophic were to happen to the NAP of the Netherland, Paytoo Corp has negotiated a failover facility in the NAP of the United Kingtown and in USA.
The physical security from intrusion and from the elements is combined with fully redundant power supplies and cooling systems. Network providers all route through the facility, providing
Fraud Prevention and Risk Management
Fraud prevention and risk reduction are fundamental requirements for all transaction processing systems. Many transaction processor companies suffer from systems that have evolved over the years to accommodate increasing threats and regulations. Modifying the system can be as difficult as remodeling an old house -- the original architectural plans are non-existent and slight changes can have unexpected and undesirable effects. The software underlying the fraud prevention and risk reduction processes becomes frozen in the system; improvements become increasingly difficult as familiarity with the hard coded algorithms fades. When regulators audit the performance of the system, there are significant problems because the system is not completely predictable or quantifiable.
Paytoo Corp use a System that has encapsulated over 20 years of transaction processing experience within the United States, Europe and South America to develop a Fraud and Risk Management (FaRM) processor. It is a proprietary system designed to detect suspicious activity by assessing the risk of each transaction.