nCircle management solutions announced the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office awarded its second “PureCloud” patent. nCircle’s intellectual property portfolio now includes 11 patents, reaffirming nCircle’s position as the leading innovator in the network security field. nCircle patents cover a wide range of security innovations and represent the company’s significant, ongoing investment in security technology research and innovation. The “PureCloud” solution is a cloud-based security services platform that requires no hardware or software to be installed or managed. nCircle PureCloud dramatically reduces the cost and complexity of a wide range of security services — including vulnerability scanning, PCI scanning and web application scanning — making these practices easily accessible to small and medium businesses.
Sybase 365 mobile messaging and mobile commerce services has been selected by Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited (DBBL) for its mobile banking platform. The Sybase 365 mBanking platform allows DBBL to reach the rural and unbanked in the Country, of which 45% are mobile phone users. With capabilities to conduct local and international money remittance, expatriates will also be able to remit money to the mobile accounts of their families, who can then make a withdrawal at the nearest retailer or cash point. The service will be available on all mobile devices with subscription to any of the six mobile operators of Bangladesh. As mobile banking continues to progress in Bangladesh, DBBL with Sybase 365 will roll out the next phase of services allowing customers to conduct mobile airtime top-up, merchant payment and micro financing from their mobile device.
Hypercom Corporation has made available its “IntelliNAC” high-density, multifunction POS network access controller. Speeding transactions for financial institutions, merchants and other entities whose businesses benefit from processing large volumes of payment transactions securely, “IntelliNAC” builds on Hypercom’s secure networking technology, which benefits high-performance transaction networks, routing billions of transactions daily for hundreds of financial institutions worldwide. The “IntelliNAC” system authenticates transactions via Public Key Infrastructure standards required for PCI-DSS compliance and does so in multiple secure zones, meaning that the public key or certificate is never exposed. It also lets acquirers and processors control end-to-end transaction transport on their own, thus eliminating the need to employ multiple third-party vendors and allowing ISOs to deploy quickly and securely their terminals and services to the field.
Hypercom has worked with Verizon Business to ensure its “SmartPayments Wynid” hosted electronic payment platform complies with PCI DSS. Hypercom card and PIN payment terminals and systems enable millions of electronic transactions to be conducted quickly and securely every day. Verizon Business’ professional security services team has provided a range of audit, management and implementation services that have helped Hypercom achieve and maintain PCI-DSS certification.
Hypercom has previewed its “IntelliNAC” high-density, multi-function POS network access controller to speed transactions for financial institutions, retailers, service providers and other high traffic transaction-oriented entities. It builds on Hypercomâs industry-leading networking technology that is considered the platinum standard for modern, high performance transaction networks globally and routes billions of transactions daily for hundreds of financial institutions around the world. The “IntelliNAC” enables network owners to control end-to-end transaction transport on their own, thus eliminating the need to employ multiple third party vendors. It also uses Secure Socket Layer to encrypt and transmit transactions virtually instantaneously.
Hypercom “SmartPayments Wynid” hosted payment platform has achieved PCI DSS certification. With this, “SmartPayments Wynid” cardholders are have secure and seamless payment transactions using magnetic stripe, chip or contactless cards. Retailers benefit from the ease and efficiency of the centralized transaction routing system, which enables them to proactively manage card payments from all their points of sale across a network of many different stores. The SmartPayments Wynid hosted solution provides highly reliable, secure network access and unmatched speed for all transaction types.
The Hypercom “L5300” and “L5400” multilane payment terminals are now PCI approved. The “L5000” represents the industry’s most comprehensive line of high performance, multilane terminals that will connect to any POS register system via numerous communications formats. Features include an integrated ADA compliant keyboard, a side-lit keypad, Braille characters and a headphone jack to assist the visually disabled. It also features a full VGA color display and hardened glass capacitive touch screen providing the industry’s brightest and most legible interface for interactive multimedia advertising and a cradled, cordless Wi-Fi or Bluetooth(R) hand-over device that lets clerks at jewelry, cosmetic and other high value counters bring the payment device to the customer.
Hypercom has made available its “HyperSafe Secure EFTSec Server 2.0” point-to-point payment data encryption system for processors and ISOs supporting Tier 4 merchants using Optimum T4200 countertop and M4200 mobile payment terminals in the United States. A key component of Hypercomâs “HyperSafe Secure” suite, “EFTSec 2.0” encrypts cardholder data during transaction processing, starting at the payment terminal and ending at a trusted point where the data is decrypted. The “EFTSec 2.0” leverages Hypercomâs proven EFTSec technology, which is the industry standard for payment terminal initiated link encryption in Asia and is the largest operational end-to-end encryption implementation worldwide.
Hypercom security electronic and digital transactions has achieved PCI PTS 2.1 certification for both its “Optimum T4200-2.0” countertop and “M4200-2.0” mobile product lines. Hypercomâs countertop and mobile terminal product family is the first among the top three electronic payment providers to achieve this rigorous security standard. This includes the “Optimum T4210-2.0” (dial), “T4220-2.0” (Ethernet with dial), “T4230-2.0” (GPRS with dial) countertop and “M4230-2.0 GPRS” and “M4240-2.0 Bluetooth” mobile card payment terminals. These products include additional features such as USB host and client, SD (Secure Digital) card reader, extra serial ports and space-saving ergonomics. Each Optimum terminal also incorporates Hypercomâs full X509 PKI (public key infrastructure) HyperSafeÂ® Secure security layer to protect the terminal and applications from hacking and malware attacks.
Hypercom Corporation “HyperSafe Secure” suite of payment data encryption technology meets the new security requirement guidelines issued by the Secure POS Vendor Alliance (SPVA). Now available globally, the Hypercom end-to-end encryption technology was introduced in 2006. Unlike recently introduced competitor solutions that require the purchase of custom equipment or utilize third party decryption services, EFTSec leverages a bankâs or retailerâs existing network infrastructure. In October 2009, Hypercom announced five key initiatives to boost the payment card industryâs ability to thwart payment card data fraud. The SPVA end-to-end security requirement guidelines are designed to promote information security best practices and provide merchants with a clear understanding of what encryption features should provide to reduce information security risks related to payment account data.
Hypercom’s HyperSafe Remote Key System (HRKS) has successfully completed more than 250,000 injections. Hypercomâs HyperSafe Remote Key System standards-based remote key injection product allows retailers to securely initiate on-site, in-store payment terminal key injection at POS. The system offers a fast and highly secure alternative to the industryâs traditional secure room key injection process. It eliminates the need for off-site secure room key injection by incorporating PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) to securely distribute symmetric 3DES keys. HRKS meets ANSI x9.24 and Visa PIN Security Guidelines for remote key management, and is FIPS 140-2 Level 3 and X509 compliant. HRKS is available with Hypercomâs Optimum T4200 countertop and M4200 mobile payment terminals, M4100, and L4100, L4150 and L4250 multilane terminals installed globally since 2004.
Hypercom security electronic transaction solutions’ “SPOS32” payment software application, versions 3.0 and 3.1, have been PCI PA-DSS validated. Immediately available to support the Companyâs “Optimum” countertop and mobile card payment product portfolio, this follows PCI PTS 2.1 the recent security approval of Hypercomâs Optimum “L4150” multilane payment terminals and L4150 Secure Keypad. Hypercom was also recently awarded the Sesame Award for its “HyperSafe Remote Key System” (HRKS) last November. Hypercomâs popular new Optimum product portfolio includes the T4205, T4210, T4220 and T4230 countertop and M4100, M4230 and M4240 mobile card payment terminals. Global payment technology leader Hypercom Corporation delivers a full suite of high security, end-to-end electronic payment products, software solutions and services in more than 100 countries.