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Thales e-Security releases 3D-secure hardware module

19 November 2003  |  4029 views  |  0 Thales e-Security releases 3D-secure hardware module

Thales e-Security has launched its 3D-Security module, a hardware system designed to support the 3D-secure online payments standard developed by Visa and MasterCard.

Thales says the device is an all-in-one hardware product that provides banks the highest level of protection for Access Control Server (ACS) security processes.

The module is based on a failover-capable hardware architecture and support Verified by Visa and MasterCard SecureCode cryptographic calculations.

If more performance is needed, the plug-and-play product allows firms to add more hardware devices without having to change the existing infrastructure.

The 3D-Security module also integrates with the host security module already present at a bank's back office.

Paul Meadowcroft, head of transaction security at Thales e-Security, says:
"Providing the core security component of Verified by Visa and MasterCard SecureCode, this new solution guarantees the highest level of security for Internet transactions."

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