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2013 UNC Financial Systems Conference Tackling our Financial Challenges March 17 - 19, 2013. Agenda. How do I find out who is taking payments? Centralizing Department Payments Policy Process Communications Technology Co-Sourcing, Integration, Security & Compliance. Online Payments.

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2013 UNC Financial Systems Conference

Tackling our Financial Challenges

March 17 - 19, 2013

agenda
Agenda
  • How do I find out who is taking payments?
  • Centralizing Department Payments
    • Policy
    • Process
    • Communications
    • Technology
  • Co-Sourcing, Integration, Security & Compliance
big rocks
“Big Rocks”
  • Tuition and Fees
    • ERP
    • Hosted Solution
    • Policies for face-to-face payments
      • Cashiering
      • Swipe devices
  • Payment Plans
    • Enrollment process
    • Service (questions about account)
    • Red Flag Compliance
college budgets
College Budgets

Auxiliary Services

Promotes college

Generates revenue

Community Involvement

Departments

  • Decreased State funding
  • Seeking ways to generate revenue
  • Larger portion of budget

It’s great to have departments generating some revenue….

BUT……

departmental revenues
Departmental Revenues
  • Want it right now
  • Going off on their own
  • All over the board
  • Don’t involve business office
  • Creates extra work for business office

Reconciliation nightmare!!!!!

campus departments
Campus Departments
  • Parking
  • Theater
  • Events
  • Summer Camps
  • Alumni/Development
  • Pottery Store
  • Cheese Store
  • Merchandise Sales
  • Tickets
how do i find out who is taking payments
How do I find out who is taking payments?

Subtitle

And how they are taking them…….

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Do a search of your website…..

Awesome State University

i know who is taking payments
I know who is taking payments……..

Now what do I do ????

Centralize Campus Commerce & Department Payments

centralize campus commerce department payments
Centralize Campus Commerce & Department Payments
  • Policy
  • Process
  • Communication
  • Technology
policy process
Policy & Process
  • Day-to-day AND new service implementation control is in YOUR hands
  • Administrator establishes “order details” and interface parameters in “test”
  • File transfer & interfaces
    • HTTPS communication
    • Hash validation
  • Tools are provided for testing new pages and orders, and migrating them on your schedule
value proposition
Value Proposition
  • Departments can now innovate and create revenue enhancement opportunities by selling on-line – securely!
  • Reduces your institutional PCI compliance burden
  • By design, encourages eCommerce best practices
    • Straightforward configuration and rapid deployment drives adoption
    • Reports and “End-of-Day” file support reconciliation and other production requirements
  • Scalability and transparency
    • Distribute administrative and operational support to trusted partners
    • Central visibility into all commerce activities
centralized ecommerce technology
Centralized eCommerce Technology
  • Platform for campus-wide commerce support
    • Hosted order page with flexible data gathering capability
    • Geared to address common university commerce needs(product sales, simple event registration, gift processing)
  • Powerful – multiple usage paradigms
    • As basic “site” combined with payment page
    • As embedded payment form in another website (e.g. in an iFrame)
    • As a behind-the-scenes payment service (pay now button)
  • Versatile financial design
    • Flexible configuration defines reporting and settlement structure
    • Can be leveraged to consolidate MIDs, reduce expenses, enable “rollups”
department commerce
Department Commerce
  • Front End
    • Demographic information
    • Name, rank and serial number
    • SSN?
    • Student ID?
  • Back end
    • Payment information
    • Account Information and card holder data
      • Address and zip
      • CVV?
strategies for compliance

Accept

the risk

Mitigate

the risk

Avoid

the risk

Transfer

the risk

Strategies for Compliance
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Co-sourcing & Compliance

  • A Trusted Partner
  • Part of your overall compliance solution
  • Protect YOUR sensitive data
  • Proven track record
  • Knowledgeable
  • Customer Service focus
  • Reliable

SICAS Summit 2011 – The Power of SUNY

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Co-sourcing: Secure & Convenient -

  • Convenience
    • Integration with your ERP
    • Integration with 3rd party vendors
    • Campus Commerce self-service
    • Centralized reporting & reconciliation
  • Security
    • Core Business – PCI Level 1 Compliant Provider
    • Fully Hosted
    • Higher Ed Focused
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Co-sourcing: Secure & Convenient -

  • Securing YOUR data
    • End-to-end encryption
    • Data at rest
    • Data in transit
    • Vulnerability scans
    • Penetration testing
    • Secure coding practices
    • Background checks
    • Best Practices
    • Redundancy
    • Physical Security
  • Value Added
    • Merchant Services
    • Compliance consulting
    • Forms processing
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Limiting your scope

  • Co-source with PCI-DSS Level 1Compliant Providers
    • Level 1 Providers process >300K transactions annually
    • Most stringent audit requirements
    • Prove compliance annually - (QSA)
  • Avoid Payment Applications that reside locally
    • Ensure PA-DSS compliance where this cannot be avoided
  • PTS Compliant Devices
    • Ensure PED (Pin Entry Devices) are up-to-date and compliant
  • Policies & Procedures
    • Develop AND follow them
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Limiting your scope

  • Training
      • Develop in-house training program for anyone who handles card holder data
  • Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ)
      • Complete it annually
  • Incident Response Plan
      • Identify key stakeholders
      • Have a plan

“Compliance is a journey..not a destination”

Ron King, COO, CampusGuard

contact
Contact

Brian Barry, Regional Vice Presidentbrian.barry@nelnet.net - 888.867.8290

www.campuscommerce.com