Payment HSM Atalla AT1000

AtallaThe Utimaco Atalla AT1000 Hardware Security Module (HSM) is a payment HSM that enables the interbanking business.

Many attacks today exploit vulnerabilities in the encryption key management payments infrastructure. If the infrastructure is weak, an advanced attack such as key impersonation can undermine the protection of payment transaction data. By securing encryption keys in a hardware security module, sensitive card transactions are protected.

Product Highlights Utimaco Atalla AT1000
The Utimaco Atalla AT1000 HSM enables data and ecommerce protection and key management operations for

  • PIN translations,
  • payment card verifica­tion, production and personalization,
  • electronic funds interchange (EFTPOS, ATM),
  • cash-card reloading,
  • EMV transaction processing, and
  • key generation and injection.

Utimaco Atalla AnimationThe Utimaco Atalla AT1000 HSM, a PCI-DSS compliant HSM, provides unrivaled protection for AES and other cryp­tographic keys when safeguarding payment transactions. The HSM protects and manages encryption keys needed for key derivation within the tamper-resistant hardware device.

The Utimaco Atalla HSM AT1000 host commands are fully backward compatible with its previous generation models, incorporating more than three decades of expertise — en­abling co-existence and easy migration.

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  23. september 2020