A new customer case study of Xpress Bill Pay’s use of Prime Factors’ EncryptRIGHT data protection and enterprise crypto key management capabilities has been released. Prime Factors encryption and tokenization product is well regarded in the payments industry.
Prime Factor’s EncryptRIGHT is known for helping municipal governments and utilities reduce the cost of online bill payments, Xpress Bill Pay offers a convenient solution for consumers to manage payments using their credit and debit cards.
Xpress Bill Pay and Prime Factors recently completed the case study, focused on how the customer used the product to address their data protection and enterprise key management goals. The customer was determined to increase data security in the wake of the recent extraordinary data breaches of the last two years.
CEO Keith Jenkins reviewed several options and found that EncryptRIGHT best fit the company’s infrastructure and his customers’ requirements, saying that using EncryptRIGHT “…translates into saving a lot of time and money on the back end.”
Prime Factors’ EncryptRIGHT provides a range of cryptographic capabilities, including tokenization, simplification of hardware security module (HSM) integration, strong encryption, and automated crypto key life cycle management. The case study focuses on Xpress Bill Pay’s use of EncryptRIGHT for the latter two, data encryption in their infrastructure with the benefit of fully automated enterprise encryption key management, including secure distribution, expiration, and rotation.
Jenkins’ data protection policies required that encryption keys be rotated monthly, significantly reducing the risk to customer data and adhering to leading industry best practices. “We wanted to be able to do things simpler and quicker,” he said. EncryptRIGHT provided the reduced time-to-market for additional data protection and the automated encryption key management Xpress Bill Pay sought.
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