E-commerce has become the new marketplace of choice for many consumers. From groceries to housewares to electronics and office supplies, online is becoming a central place of retail and a highly profitable platform for merchants. However, with opportunity comes a level of responsibility. Retailers are expected to keep customer data safe and secure, especially when it comes to payments. According to research conducted by Thales, nearly 9 out of 10 participants said that they would stop using a digital payment platform if they were affected as a result of a data breach. At the same time, consumers do not wish to be burdened with the time of taking extra security precautions at checkout. A solution was crafted that meets both of these requirements: delivering secure payments without hindering the consumer experience. The Association for Financial Professionals’ Survey found that 74 percent of businesses experienced a data breach last year. It is clear that businesses should not have access to actual payment information so that in the event of a data breach their customers remain secure. But how can companies be expected to process payments without access to consumers’ credit card information?