When your customers have enjoyed a delicious meal and they place their credit or debit card into the reader to pay for the good food and service, not only do you extract a generous tip (hopefully), but you also hold your customers’ confidential payment information. It is your duty to protect this data.
It seems a day doesn’t go by when there isn’t news of a data breach, and restaurants aren’t immune from this threat, no matter whether you run a big chain of restaurants throughout the UK or you own a small local establishment. A lot of people mistakenly believe that hackers are only interested in the big companies, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. They see small companies as an easy payday, as they are aware that you probably don’t have expensive security systems or a team of security specialists.
Could you come back from extortionate non-compliance costs, fraud losses, compensation expenses, and huge reputational damage? It is not surprising that a significant number of businesses have had to close following a restaurant breach. So, what do you do? Throw all of your money into a costly security system? No; that’s where RetailCompli comes in.
RetailCompli is our cloud-based cyber security solution. It is an affordable and easy-to-use system, which reduces the chance of a data breach by a considerable degree while also ensuring PCI compliance, which is a must for any business that processes, stores or transmits card data. One of the key features of our service is network segregation. We take all of your confident payment data, and any other sensitive information, and we store it in a secure and separate Cardholder Data Environment (CDE). This ensures it is segregated from all other traffic and that access is restricted.
Aside from this, there are many other cutting edge features for you to make the most of, including our sophisticated firewall for end-to-end protection as well as our 24/7 monitoring service and support helpline. You can see a brief overview of the features and benefits of this solution below: