Hapi Achieves PCI-DSS Service Provider Certification
Hotel Companies Have a Simpler Approach to Secure Compliance
Orlando - Hotels have a tough time staying PCI compliant. Systems that hold credit card data need to be PCI compliant. Recent PCI audits are now calling for systems that connect to 3rd parties holding credit card data, to also be PCI compliant. For hotels, this means that any solution touching the PMS may need to be PCI compliant even if the system itself does not deal with credit card data.
"Compliance is not the reason to use Hapi," says Luis Segredo. "While compliance is critical, the real reason to use Hapi is that it is simply a more secure way to share guest data. Hapi serves as a data firewall of sorts for hotels that protects the system of record and filters PCI and PII data."
Data Travel, the developers of Hapi, went through a rigorous process to ensure that its people, processes, and systems properly protect customer and payment data. In this era of GDPR, Hapi has been designed and built with data security & privacy as a first concern. Still, achieving PCI-DSS certification is a significant milestone for Data Travel and its customers using Hapi.
Hapi is a disruptive Cloud Data Hub that exposes event streams and transactional APIs from hotel systems at scale designed to solve the hotel industry's rapidly expanding data management challenges, while also addressing the traditionally high integration costs and lack of vendor alignment that inhibits innovation and efficiency. Developed by hotel technology innovators, the secure, scalable, cloud-based data streaming platform is based on an open model, using the same proven technology that runs some of the world's largest social media and business services, to which multiple layers of encryption, authentication and governance are added.