fatfoogoo, the leading provider of in-game and online commerce ecosystems, has attained the highest standard of data security as measured by the Payment Card Industry - PCI Level 1.
Joining the elite group of just 1,000 service providers worldwide, fatfoogoo continues its commitment to both consumers' and clients' online security, making it one of the most secure ecommerce platform providers available today.
The PCI Security Standards Council, founded by American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard Worldwide, and Visa, has defined detailed qualifications for various levels of PCI compliance. The service provider designation for PCI Level 1 compliance indicates that all payments and credit card transactions sent through fatfoogoo meet the highest standards possible for data security.
"fatfoogoo prides itself in providing our customers the very best in microtransaction technology," says Martin Herdina, co-founder and CEO of fatfoogoo. "The Security Standards Council's PCI Level 1 compliance status documents our commitment to provide our clients with the safest e-commerce technology possible."
The PCI Level 1 certification process involves a rigorous audit process conducted by PCI Security Standards Council representatives. Auditors from Germany based Acertigo meticulously examined and tested fatfoogoo's software architecture, ensuring that it would uphold the highest levels of security. In addition to software testing, PCI auditors also examined fatfoogoo's system and hardware infrastructure, ensuring their PCI Level 1 standards. Auditors addressed the human element and verified that fatfoogo staff has been properly trained on both internal and external vulnerabilities that could compromise data or credit card security.