Protect Your Donor’s Payment and Personal Data with Bluefin

Many non-profits are experiencing a rise in donations during COVID-19. But the influx of digital payments has attracted the attention of hackers who are looking for clear-text credit card and personal data to sell online.

Bluefin specializes in encryption and tokenization technologies to secure non-profit donor and customer payment data and Personally Identifiable Information (PII) – including our PCI-validated point-to-point encryption (P2PE) solutions for call center and office / mobile payments, and our ShieldConex® data security platform for the tokenization of financial and personal information entered online.

Insurance Payment Data Protection

With PCI-validated P2PE, cardholder data is immediately encrypted upon swipe, tap, dip or key within a P2PE-approved device and decryption is done outside of the organization’s network or system. Our solutions prevent clear-text cardholder data from being present in the non-profit environment, which could otherwise be accessible in the event of a breach.

Non Profit Data Security

ShieldConex utilizes Bluefin’s proprietary SAFE™ (Shielded Access Form Element) tokenization and iFrame solutions to secure Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and payment data entered online. The goal is to immediately encrypt / tokenize online data entered through a web form, so that if a breach does occur, this valuable data is masked.

Integrated or Stand-Alone Payment Security

Our security solutions are available through Bluefin directly or through our network of 130+ partner processors, payment gateways and software platforms.
ID Tech SREDKey 2
ID Tech SREDKey 2
PAX-A920
PAX-A920
PAX D220
PAX D220
Ingenico Move/5000
Ingenico Move/5000
Verifone e285
Verifone e285

Payment and Data Security through Bluefin and our Partners

Learn more about our encryption and tokenization solutions for non-profits

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