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Ryanair selects CyberSource for website security services

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Ryanair has selected CyberSource to provide fraud management and payment processing services to its website.

According to CyberSource, its payment management service will allow Ryanair to securely and reliably process multiple payment types across over 190 currencies and allow the real-time review of bookings to help decide whether they should be accepted, rejected or marked for further investigation.

Ryanair CFO Howard Millar said: “Ryanair will carry 75 million passengers this year and over 99 per cent of these bookings will be made on Ryanair.com. Ryanair is delighted to team up with CyberSource to help ensure Ryanair's online payment process and our passengers continue to be protected from fraud.”

Akif Khan, director of products and services at CyberSource, said: “Ryanair is one of the world's pioneers in low cost travel and online bookings. We are glad to play a crucial role in its eCommerce environment.”

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