Gemalto’s SafeNet Luna EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) Payment HSM (Hardware Security Module) now supports new standards from the major credit card networks for secure implementations of contactless payments via mobile phones.
MobileCrypt announced the immediate availability of “MobileCrypt for Good,” which brings government certified hardware-level security to the Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: LEVVEL (Harkey); CHECKALT (executives); INSIDE SECURE (SafeZone); and ESERVGLOBAL (app).
In today’s CardFlash News Que: USAA (Android Pay); EBAY (COO); GOTRUST (NIST): and EGIFTER (Amilon).
NY-based HYPR is releasing its Biometric Security Integration Kit, an end-to-end biometric security suite intended for developers and manufacturers across the ever-expanding Internet of Things (IoT). The kits are expected to ship in July in the U.S., Canada, and Europe.
INSIDE Secure announced FIPS 140-2 certification of VaultIP, the world’s first IP security module that speeds the path to silicon security certification and lowers costs for silicon platform providers.
Compass PlusCompass Plus announced that its open development payment platform, TranzAxis, has now been fully certified to support Futurex’s Excrypt SSP9000 hardware security modules (HSMs). This new partnership with Futurex, a provider of secure, robust, and cost-effective data encryption security solutions, has extended the list of HSMs now supported by the TranzAxis payment platform. Compass Plus’ distributor in the Latin American and Caribbean region, during the migration of Global Processing Centre in Antigua (GPC) to TranzAxis. The certification has enabled customers, including GPC, to utilise Futurex HSMs for EMV data preparation and the card issuance process, as well as the secure authorisation and communication of sensitive data for Visa, MasterCard and UnionPay EMV cards.
Nottingham-based Compass Plus announced that its open development payment platform, TranzAxis, has now been fully certified to support Futurex’s Excrypt SSP9000 hardware security modules (HSMs).
INSIDE Secure today announced it has upgraded its SafeZone FIPS software cryptographic module to improve security for a broad array of smart connected devices. INSIDE’s enhanced SafeZone cryptographic software enables developers for the first time to build FIPS 140-2 certified applications for Trusted Execution Environments (TEE) based on ARM TrustZone® frameworks. A TEE isolates sensitive operations on smart connected devices from the standard, general-purpose, operating system, providing a safer execution environment for these applications to run within. TEEs have already been deployed in more than 100 million devices, and many popular smartphones now incorporate TEE technology.
INSIDE Secure introduced a new approach to embedding a robust security platform in mobile devices to fortify and protect them against system integrity attacks. The first of its kind, the power-optimized INSIDE Secure VaultIP solution provides a set of certification-ready hardware IP modules that chip makers can use to quickly and cost effectively embed hardware secure elements in their mobile designs, either stand-alone or for use in an ARM TrustZone® architecture. With VaultIP security, mobile devices are better able to protect data in banking, payment and ticketing applications, secure identity and communications in enterprise, health care and government applications, and support content protection and DRM systems in media and entertainment applications, among other use
From EMV migration to email protection and Public Key Infrastructures, REALSEC’s solutions enable US financial institutions to dramatically reduce the time of deployment from months to weeks, increasing security level and ROI. The use of cryptographic technologies in the banking and financial sector is both a regulatory requirement, as well as a customer requirement. Customers’ increasing concerns about identity theft and the latest security breaches nationwide are boosting the deployment of additional security measures to help protect customer data and transactions. To address todays’ needs, REALSEC offers a number of unique solutions to protect financial-related operations EMV migration, ATM/POS remote key loading, digital signature, etc.
Pay.On AG is expanding its technical infrastructure to include the ability to now process point-of-sale transactions in addition to e-commerce in an environment that is PCI-DSS-certified, and as such, is compliant with all applicable regulations. Payment service providers worldwide gain easy access to fully-functional, market-tested mobile point-of-sale solutions, and as such, the opportunity to professionally position themselves for the market’s current transition to paying via tablets and smartphones in the POS segment. PAY.ON is providing both the smooth operations that meet all regulatory requirements as well as worldwide transaction processing within the international payment network. In this context, white label solutions are used to guarantee the client’s independence in its communication with the retailers it serves. PAY.ON is already cooperating with countless acquirers and hardware manufacturers for the roll-out.