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December 21, 2012

April 17, 2012

Voltage Security, Ingenico Extend Data-Centric Security to Mobile Payments

Ingenico logo 140x60pxVoltage Security and Ingenico announced that the two companies are expanding their partnership to enable a new level of security in the rapidly emerging area of mobile payments.

"Based on our existing partnership with Voltage, our customers enjoy security and ease-of-use in our devices with the benefit of Voltage SecureData Payments already integrated with Ingenico's latest Telium platform," said Greg Boardman, senior vice president, Products and Development, Ingenico, North America. "Now, by integrating this innovative technology into our iSMP smart mobile payment solution, we're privileged to take this level of advanced security into the critical area of mobile payments."

February 27, 2012

Voltage Security Mobile Plus Initiative

Voltage logo 140pxVoltage Security has announced Voltage Security Mobile Plus, a multi-faceted initiative to extend its existing security solutions into the world of mobile devices, applications and data.

“The Voltage Security Mobile Plus initiative builds on our leadership in delivering data-centric encryption to the largest companies in the world,” said Mark Bower, vice president of product management at Voltage Security. “We are taking our expertise in data-centric security, and our encryption and key management leadership, and building a comprehensive set of data-centric mobile security solutions for email, files, data and payments security.”

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September 21, 2010

ID TECH Taps Voltage Security for End-to-End Encryption

voltage_security_logo_140px.pngID TECH and Voltage Security have announced that ID TECH will be implementing Voltage-powered end-to-end encryption capability with its POS financial transaction products including magnetic stripe, smart and contactless card readers, POS keyboards, signature capture devices, and secure PIN entry products. ID TECH products are used by NCR, Micros, HP, Red Box, Motorola and Ticketmaster to drive their payment solutions.

June 08, 2010

Elavon Selects Semtek, Voltage Security for End-to-End Data Protection

Elavon_logo-140px.jpgElavon has announced that Semtek and Voltage Security have been selected to include end-to-end encryption capabilities in its acquiring and gateway solutions.

Elavon says its "implementation is unique in that it has chosen to deliver both hardware and software-based technologies and stands ready to support additional end-to-end encryption technologies as they mature—allowing merchants to choose the security solution that best fits their needs today and in the future." READ MORE »

January 21, 2010

Javelin Study: End-to-End Encryption, Tokenization, and EMV in the US

Javelin has announced a new report titled "End-to-End Encryption, Tokenization, and EMV in the US: Vendor Analysis of Emerging Technologies and Best Hybrid Solutions" that "assesses the capabilities of end-to-end encryption, tokenization, virtual terminals, magnetic-stripe security and the EMV standard as solutions to combat payment-related data breaches." READ MORE »

January 20, 2010

Thales, Voltage Security Announce Partnership for Payments Security

Thales and Voltage Security have announced a "technology integration and partnership centered around delivering end-to-end encryption and key management solutions for the payments industry and broader enterprise security applications. Through the partnership, the two companies have worked together to integrate Voltage SecureData technology with Thales hardware security modules (HSMs) for customers, Heartland Payment Systems being an example." READ MORE »

September 23, 2009

Voltage Security Combines Encryption, Tokenization, Data Masking

Voltage_logo-140px.jpgVoltage Security, has announced it has extended Voltage SecureData™ by adding tokenization and data masking capabilities to the existing encryption functionality - enabling the end-to-end protection of data, such as credit card numbers, in applications and databases. Voltage SecureData says these additions provide "the most comprehensive end-to-end data protection solution available, giving customers the widest choice of protection options to simplify implementation, reduce PCI audit scope and lower costs." READ MORE »

August 27, 2009

New Career Opportunity on Voltage Security

PaymentsJobs_logo-140px.jpgVoltage Security has just posted a new position on - Senior Business Development Executive, Payments based at Voltage's HQ in Palo Alto, California.

From Voltage's listing:

Voltage Security, Inc, a leading Security software company is looking for a senior business development executive with a passion for excellence and experience in strategy and constructing win/win deals in the Payments industry. Join a creative team in solving complex problems and providing solutions that the world's largest companies depend on to keep their sensitive information safe.

For more career openings for payments professionals, visit To quickly list your job openings, click here.

June 30, 2009

Heartland Completes First Phase of End-to-End Encryption Pilot

HeartlandPayments_logo-140px.jpgHeartland Payment Systems has announced that yesterday it successfully completed the first phase of its end-to-end encryption pilot project. According to the company, "this first step involved the transmission of live AES (Advanced Encryption Standard)-encrypted card transactions from a merchant to Heartland’s processing platform. AES is the highest level of encryption and is currently on track to replace DES (Data Encryption Standard) and Triple DES as the desired standard for sensitive data."

Earlier this month Heartland announced it was working with Voltage Security to develop its end-to-end encryption approach. READ MORE »

June 24, 2009

Mercator Advisory Group Publishes End-to-End Encryption Report

MercatorAdvisoryGroup_logo-140px.jpgMercator Advisory Group has published a new report, End-to-End Encryption: The Acquiring Side Responds to Data Loss and PCI Compliance that "explores end-to-end encryption (E2EE) in the hands of merchants, payment service providers and processors. In the face of the three bogies of PCI DSS compliance and penalties, reputational risk and direct financial loss, the acquiring half of the payments process is evaluating options for eliminating cleartext cardholder data from their systems. Tokenization (the subject of a recent Mercator report) and end-to-end encryption are the leading candidates. This report examines the complexity of E2EE within payments and enterprise security." READ MORE »

June 17, 2009

Heartland Selects Voltage Security for End-to-End Encryption

HeartlandPayments_logo-140px.jpgHeartland Payment Systems has selected Voltage Security as a partner to develop end-to-end encryption (E3) software specifically suited to payments processing.

“Heartland is developing a complete end-to-end encryption solution designed to protect cardholder data at all stages of a transaction – from card swipe through delivery to the card brands,” said Bob Carr, Heartland’s chairman and chief executive officer. “Together with Voltage, we are developing a comprehensive solution that currently does not exist.” READ MORE »

May 29, 2009

Voltage Security Introduces Data Breach Index

Voltage Security has introduced the Voltage Data Breach Index, a single at-a-glance view into the state of national and global data breaches.

According to Voltage, "the visual map brings data breach reporting to life, summarizing historical and real-time breaches, size and scope, types of records, regions affected, industry and more. Perhaps most interesting is that patterns in the data enable the creation of a predictive data breach model. This model predicts, for example, that 14 data breaches will, over the next year, each expose 1,000,000 or more records to potential use by criminals. And, at least one breach of over 10,000,000 records will affect nearly 5 percent of the U.S. population." A white paper is also available.

February 12, 2009

Voltage SecureData Provides End-to-End Encryption of Data

Voltage Security has announced major enhancements to Voltage SecureData, supporting more environments and platforms, including end-to-end encryption across distributed environments such as those used by retail and payment processors. "Voltage customers are finding it easier to protect their data end-to-end, comply with regulations and protect sensitive customer information from the moment it is collected." READ MORE »

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