Cledara’s virtual cards are issued by Mastercard and tokenized by industry leaders Very Good Security and MeaWallet, the safest security standard for a virtual card.
Unlike virtual cards from other providers, tokenized virtual cards are not identified by a PAN. They are instead identified by a token that only the cardholder can use to access its card details.
That allows Cledara’s customers to benefit from more secure cards and safer software payments.
Information security and vendor outsourcing
Cledara is a regulated entity by the European Banking Authority.
Data privacy & security
Cledara is fully compliant with the GDPR legislation.
Cledara doesn’t handle card data whatsoever. All card data is tokenized and only accessible by cardholders.
SOC 2 Certified
Cledara is SOC 2 Type I certified and currently in audit for Type II.
Cledara works with Mastercard and Plaid among others to provide the highest payments standards.
We also work with Alloy to ensure that your experience and that of all our customers is safe, secure and compliant with financial regulations.
Tokenization technology. Our tokenized cards keep your card details with you at all times. Neither Cledara nor any other third party has access at any time.
Top hosting security: Cledara is built and hosted exclusively on Amazon Web Services (AWS) which is accredited to ISO/IEC 27001:2013, SSAE 16 SOC 1, SOC 2 Type 2, PCI Level 1, FISMA Moderate and SOX.
Regular security reviews. We subject our system to regular security reviews including active penetration testing.
Your data is yours. We do not sell any de-anonymized data and do not share data to the extent permissible by law and regulation.
Your money is yours. For customers located in Europe, when you add funds to Cledara, they remain in your Cledara account in your name. Neither Cledara nor any third party is able to access or lend against your funds.
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Director of Finance @ Napo