We are looking into PayPal Payments Pro for payment processing. PayPal mentions "Simplified PCI Compliance" as a benefit and explains that the client can use Transparent Redirect to help with PCI compliance.
PayPal Payments Pro and Payflow Pro merchants who want PCI compliance while maintaining full control over designing and hosting checkout pages on their website can use Transparent Redirect. Transparent Redirect posts payment details silently to the Gateway server, so this sensitive information never goes through the merchant’s website.
Per Eileen in CiviCON Denver- Adventures in Payment Processing: 360 View from around the Globe, it sounds like there is a way to get Civi to allow for transparent redirect. Per this comment, it sounds like transparent redirect was being worked on for 4.7.
How would one implement Transparent Redirect in CiviCRM for PayPal Pro? Do the recent payment processing changes in 4.7 allow for it?
I've looked at PayPal Website Payments Pro and Express Configuration, but didn't see anything in there. I've checked the demo for 4.7 to see if there is a setting in there, but didn't see anything in the payment processor setup.
We use Drupal and are currently on Civi 4.6.6, but looking to upgrade to 4.7 within a month or so.