Certificates are contractual documents between terminal vendors and the C-TAP Authority. This page only represents a list of certificates and it is possible that not all certificates are included in this list. The final proof is the certificate itself.
Certified Terminals >
C-TAP Authority (NL)
The C-TAP Authority was created in 2007 to certify payment terminals operating according to the Dutch version of the C-TAP specifications. Given the international success of C-TAP, it was decided in 2010 to consolidate the C-TAP specification in Acquiris. The transfer was organised in 2011.
Following certificates were provided by the C-TAP Authority to vendors having certified C-TAP terminals according to these specifications.
These certificates remain valid for as long as the specification versions for which these terminals were certified remain supported by the acquiring processors that have commissioned certification to C-TAP Authority. Note that C-TAP terminals also require EMVCo and PCI SSC preliminary certifications and the deployment of terminals is therefore also conditioned by the rules of EMVCo and PCI SSC.