PCI 3.0-compliant hardware security module

September 12, 2019 //By Julien Happich
hardware security module
Utimaco’s Atalla AT1000 is a PCI 3.0 (PCI PTS HSM v3.0)-compliant Hardware Security Module (HSM) designed to protect sensitive data and associated keys for non-cash retail payment transactions and cryptographic keys.

The PCI 3.0 certification was awarded for the most demanding application profile, focusing on physical security when used in controlled and uncontrolled environments like non-ISO certified data centers. This makes Atalla AT1000 the perfect solution for a wide range of customers and use cases, from established and controlled banking systems up to instant card issuance solutions in bank branches, so-called uncontrolled environments. In addition to PCI PTS HSM v3.0 compliance, Atalla AT1000 is FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified and provides unrivaled protection for AES and other cryptographic keys to safeguard payment transactions. The HSM protects and manages encryption keys needed for key derivation within the tamper-resistant and responsive hardware device. The new-generation Atalla 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.

Atalla AT1000 is a step into the future to provide adaptive field upgradable performance model, support for AES keys, true remote management capabilities, simplified licensing and monitoring. It also provides support for Multi-MFK (Master File Key) to use the true potential of the HSM in multi-tenant environments.

The Utimaco Atalla product suite enables data and e-commerce protection, key management operations for PIN translations, payment card verification, production and personalization, electronic funds interchange (EFTPOS, ATM), cash-card reloading, EMV transaction processing and secure key generation and injection.
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