Australia’s Mint Payments is now using Thales payShield hardware security modules (HSMs) for encryption and key management to secure Mint Payments’ mobile payments solutions.
Thales payShield HSMs are designed specifically for the payment industry securing card issuing and payment processing applications. Mint Payments offers a complete and modular solution for mobile card acceptance, including a mobile payments platform, mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) solution and developer toolkits.
Together with payShield HSMs, Mint Payments is able to deliver a proven bank-grade payments infrastructure that meets PCI, EMV and card scheme standards and certifications.
Mint Payments utilizes bank grade enabled technology and infrastructure on various POS, mobile and tablet devices and online interfaces. Mint Payments has an innovative payments technology and transactions processing platform that integrate business processes to service credit and debit card payments across multiple markets and multiple channels.
Thales e-Security is a leading global provider of trusted cryptographic solutions with a 40-year track record of protecting the world’s most sensitive applications and information. Thales solutions enhance privacy, trusted identities, and secure payments with certified, high performance encryption and digital signature technology for customers in a wide range markets including financial services, high technology, manufacturing, and government.
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