Security and Compliance
Keeping All Payments Secure – Online and In Person
Nelnet Campus Commerce helps your institution meet the highest levels of payment security compliance available. Whether payments are made on a mobile device or in person, your institution can be confident that every payment is protected and student data secure.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a global payment security standard for credit and debit cards. It’s used to ensure those that are processing payments are doing so safely – and we meet the highest standard. PCI Level 1 compliance is given only to merchants who securely process over 6 million card transactions every year.
Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) ensures that in-person and over-the-phone card payments are as secure as possible. We partner with Bluefin, the leader in payment security, to offer a P2PE solution that reduces PCI scope and protects your campus and cardholders from a data breach.
Taking Payment Security to the Next Level
Nelnet Business Services President, DeeAnn Wenger, and IT Director, Mike Walters, explore how our payment security supports you.
Ensuring Your Institution Meets PCI Security Standards
“Most of the breaches – starting with hacking and then continuing with fraudulent use of credit card information – come about because of very simple things that could be fixed.”
– Ron King, President and Chief Operating Officer, CampusGuardDownload Whitepaper about Ensuring Your Institution Meets PCI Security Standards
They were fantastic. When the cashiering solution we needed wasn’t available, Nelnet Campus Commerce built one for us and in only three months. They did an amazing job.
Bursar Indian River State College
Blog Post Read about The Future of PCI-SSC
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Ed Ko, Co-founder and Director of Information Security Services of CampusGuard shares best practices to keep your information secure. Tips on how often to change wi-fi passwords, how to store corporate documents, strategies for single sign-on, password management, vpn access, and using wifi in public spaces.Read More about CampusGuard: Cybersecurity Q&A Session