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October 15, 2020

Castles Technology gets the PCI Security Standards certification

By Mohamed Dabo

Castles Technology, a global payment solutions provider, has announced that its new Saturn 1000F2 mobile payment solution for merchants has been the first to receive the PCI PTS V6 Android 9 certification.

This certification, granted by the PCI Security Standards Council, ensures the strongest protection for card holders’ payment data by requiring more robust security controls for payment devices.

This protection includes the prevention of physical tampering and the insertion of malware that can compromise card data during payment transactions.

Transaction security and fraud prevention will always remain a priority

Jean-Philippe Niedergang, Group CCO Castles Technology, said:

“Securing the PCI PTS V6 Android 9 certification further strengthens Castles Technology’s position as a global payment solutions provider. Transaction security, fraud prevention and state-of-the-art technology will always remain a major priority at Castles Technology.

“It’s embedded in our DNA and forms part of our core function as a trusted payment solutions provider.”

Certification positions Castles “at the cutting edge of security requirements”

This global certification positions Castles Technology payment terminals at the cutting edge of security requirements and demonstrates the quality of our offer for our customers, the company said.

The Saturn 1000F2 mobile payment solution, which boasts a very high security level based on Android 9 with an extended autonomy from 6000mAh batteries, multimedia touchscreen capabilities, user friendly interface and high-end industrial barcode scanner, enables fast checkout at the point of sales, including retailers having high-end needs.

It also performs memory capacity, enabling to efficiently run an ECR application. The PCI PTS v6 acknowledgement represents the ultimate futureproof solution, the company said.

The purpose of the Android-based POS is to serve the growing demand from merchants who want to provide more services to their customers through a all in one device.

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