Ghanaian fintech company, expressPay, has been certified on both ISO27001:2013 and PCI-DSS Level 1.
ISO 27001 is the international standard that provides the specification for an information security management system.
It is designed to help organizations manage their information security processes in line with international best practice.
PCI-DSS is the abbreviation for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. It is a set of requirements set by the payment card industry designed to ensure that all companies that process, store or transmit card data maintain a secure environment.
PCI DSS Level 1 is the highest level of compliance. It describes any merchant who processes over 6 million Visa transactions every year.
The Chief Technology Officer of expressPay, Nii Tetteh has said, “At expressPay, we continue to provide the highest level of security to enable our customers to effect their transactions safely and securely. We follow world-class best practices in the two standards and ensure the standards are adhered to by our staff.”
“It is our commitment to security and best practices that have brought us this far. The technology that we develop is always user-friendly and secure.”
The CEO of expressPay, Curtis Vanderpuije has also stated that the company is committed to ensuring more safety standards are achieved.
“We are not resting on our laurels after achieving these key global standards. We will be looking to implement other standards that will ensure that we remain a leader in the Fintech space.”
expressPay is an eCommerce marketplace and a payment gateway provider that provides consumers with real-time access to services like airtime purchase, Surfline internet, DSTv, GOtv, among others.