Remove Sensitive Card Data
A cost effective, proven mechanism for removing sensitive card data from the call recording estate, and removing your liability.
Recognised by Qualified Security Assessors
IPI’s Pause and Resume is a cost effective, proven mechanism for removing sensitive card data from the call recording estate. Recognised by PCI DSS Qualified Security Assessors (QSAs), it is used by dozens of retail, financial services and government customers across tens of thousands of agent positions.
IPI’s Pause and Resume offers two client APIs (web service and TCP/IP) as well as having its own dedicated desktop trigger detection application.
At the heart of the solution is IPI’s Recorder Control Service Server (RCS), a Windows .Net service that allows voice recordings on the Automated Call Recording system to be “paused” and then “resumed”. When a recording is paused, the speech is automatically replaced by tones, and when resumed, the recording continues, preserving the same identity and call length as the original call, thus protecting call and quality integrity.
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It is stipulated in the PCI DSS guidelines that all sensitive card data is removed from call recordings automatically, without the need for an agent or other members of staff to intervene. Talk to us about our Pause and Resume Solution.
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