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Security when paying invoices and authorising engagements
Security when paying invoices and authorising engagements
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Written by James Lewis
Updated over a week ago

Taking payments online in a way that is secure and protects the sensitive information of the person paying is one of the biggest challenges any business faces today. To make sure we do it right, Konsole partners with Stripe, relying on their best-of-breed software to take payments and store credit card and direct debit bank account information for Konsole.

Stripe - Konsole's payment processor

Stripe is an industry-leading online payment processor that is used by millions of companies around the globe to process online payments and manage payment information such as credit cards and bank account data.

Stripe is PCI-certified as a Level 1 Provider (the most stringent level of certification available in the payments industry). In addition, they hold a large collection of other data security certifications including SOC 1, SOC 2 and NIST. To learn more about Stripe's security practices, have a look at this article.

Protecting user data

By integrating Konsole with Stripe, we ensure that your sensitive payment information (credit card numbers, direct debit bank account information) never transfers through Konsole's servers, and is never visible to Kearney Group staff. Instead, all that sensitive data is stored and processed by Stripe, an industry leader in the field, with entire teams dedicated to ensuring it's kept secure.

To learn more about Konsole's broader security standards, have a look at this article.

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