Easy Tithe Security Information

Church of the Cross uses Easy Tithe and as required by the PCI Security Council and all processing banks, Easy Tithe is fully PCI DSS Compliant (Payment Card Industry - Data Security Standards). This means Easy Tithe conforms to the highest set of security standards in the payment card industry. Account managers, end users, and Easy Tithe employees will never have access to the type of sensitive information that might lead to an unauthorized transaction. In addition, Easy Tithe is tested daily by McAfee to ensure a hacker-free tithing system. When you launch Easy Tithe, look for the McAfee Secure seal with today's date. If it is there, you can be assured that your data will not be compromised.

Easy Tithe uses 128 Bit SSL technology for data transactions. All personal, credit card, & bank information is submitted using 128 bit encryption. There is no stronger form of protection than this encryption and by doing this, they eliminate the possibility that someone might "tap" the line and extract your personal data from it. 128-bit SSL encryption has never been broken and according to RSL Labs, it would take a "trillion-trillion years" to crack the code using today's technology.