Credit Card Information
Credit card account ownership contains personally identifiable financial and other information. The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard is based on security standards in programs developed by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. PCI establishes comprehensive security standards for all merchants and service providers dealing with the storage, transmission, or processing of cardholder data – consumer credit card information. Go to the Security Standards page.
- A student uses their credit card to pay a bill from the University at the Cashier’s Office in Pierce Hall
- A student uses a credit card to pay for a snack and newspaper at the Lobby Shop in the Student Center
- An employee uses a credit card to pay a University parking fine at the Parking Division office
Please note: All Board of Regents and I.T. policies listed below are now available in EMU PolicyTech.
- EMU is in compliance with the Federal Trade Commission's Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (16 C.F.R 313, 65) and the Red Flags Rule (FTC 16 CFR 681), which are designed to combat identity theft:
- EMU's Board Policy Manual Section 11.6 Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act:
- EMU's Board Policy Manual Section 2.7 Red Flag Rules:
Using Credit Card Information
The permitted (Yes), the not permitted (No), and those needing to contact I.T. (Contact I.T.) are listed in three columns in the matrix below.
- Google Mail/Calendar
- Google Drive
- Google Talk/Sites/Tasks
- Google All Other Apps
- Personal Accounts
- Personal Devices
- Shared Drive
Note: Don't see what you need? Email the I.T. Security Team at [email protected].