VGS enables customers to vault user-entered payment card data using VGS Collect and route processing to any payment processor/gateway of choice without adding any PCI scope. With the increased demand from our customers to support mobile payment methods, we are introducing the VGS Apple Pay solution. VGS and Apple Pay provides a merchant the ability to extract the data within the Apple Pay Token and route authorization transactions to a processor of choice while remaining out of PCI scope.
According to the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council’s (SSC) guide to “Best Practices for Securing E-commerce,” an iFrame (or Inline Frame) is a secure method of embedding content from one webpage into another webpage.
Envoy is a powerful open-source modern HTTP proxy server. It doesn't just serve as a proxy; it’s also a swiss army knife widely used in current cloud infrastructure, thanks to the extensible filter design. The best part of Envoy's filter is that you can define your own filtering, routing and transformation logic easily with Lua or WASM and plug them into the Envoy server to achieve things that cannot be done with the built-in filters.
We’re excited to announce the launch of VGS Notifications to proactively inform customers about events in their live integration with VGS. The first delivery method we offer is via webhooks, which is one of the fastest ways to track events.
When something goes wrong and there isn’t a clear root cause, it can seem impossible to find, understand, and fix the problem. But now with VGS Observability, you can determine when, why, and how an atypical event happened.
VGS is disrupting the typical linear integration flow that most of us are used to.
What does that mean for you? Let’s take a few minutes to explore how you can now seamlessly integrate VGS without sharing any of your data. In a world where information is worth almost as much as gold, you need to be able to implicitly trust a system that will be responsible for your business-critical data. That’s why we created VGS Satellite.
In a world of increasing data breaches, iOS App security and data protection has become more important than ever. Users are now familiar with how it can be easy to jailbreak iOS device and how some applications grab users’ data. Developers need to be able to easily and efficiently build user data protection into each application to prevent sensitive data leakage upon release and during future updates.
As every engineer knows, software advancements often come with novel risks, regardless of improvements in security. Every new technology that aims to ease the ever-increasing demands of IT operations teams also brings new security challenges along with it.
Embedded content is an ingrained part of the modern online experience – from YouTube videos and like buttons to advertisements and so much more. The average internet user may not realize just how much third-party content is embedded into each page they visit.
Apart from the dynamic user experience and revenue-generation that embedded third-party content can provide, there is an additional benefit that doesn’t get quite enough attention: data security.