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Imminent internet security changes could lock you out of Bacs – don’t get caught
From 13 June 2016, changes being made to internet security will affect access to Bacs via the Bactel-IP, and also the Payment Services Website.
Organisations that use Bacs to pay salaries or to settle supplier invoices, must make sure their Bacs software solution and IT can support the new security measures – if they do not, they will not be able to log on to the system to make critical payments, including payroll.
To avoid any interruption to access, businesses must take steps to ensure they have appropriate software, and an operating system and browser that can support the move to SHA-2 and TLS 1.1 / 1.2.
More information and advice can be found in the downloadable flyer below and at www.bacs.co.uk/sha-2
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