By taking advantage of the Accept.js library for your merchants' integration, you can reduce the work required to achieve PCI-DSS compliance (information security standards created to protect account data and reduce credit card fraud).
Because Accept.js sends payment data directly to Authorize.Net (which then stores it on Visa's secure servers), your merchants' servers never actually touch the consumers' credit card information at all. This means the web server only receives the transaction ID and other post-processing information—and not the actual credit card number, expiration date, or CVV2 code—which simplifies PCI-DSS compliance.
Along with this added peace-of-mind, Accept.js contains built-in data type validation for credit card number, expiration date, and option fields. What's more, it even allows you the flexibility and convenience of using our built-in, mobile optimized payment form, or use your own design and forms. Ultimately, you can pass on all these benefits to your customers.