Secure Consumer Data, Reduce Scope, Protect the Corporate Brand

Data breaches are at an all-time high and with privacy regulations such as GDPR and CCPA in effect – protecting sensitive data has never been more crucial. Bluefin’s PCI-validated point-to-point encryption (P2PE), tokenization and iFrame products provide secure payment and personal information solutions and are available through our network of 200 global partners direct through Bluefin. Payment and data security solutions have never been this simple.

Secure Every Acceptance Channel

  • Card Present

    Card Present

    P2PE security for contactless countertop, unattended and call center transactions

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  • eCommerce


    Tokenization and iFrame technology for card not present transactions

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  • Mobile


    Mobile POS backed by EMV, P2PE and tokenization

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  • Data Privacy

    Data Security

    Protecting Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Personal Health Information (PHI), and financial information

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By the Numbers


Companies using Bluefin


Countries served by Bluefin


Connected global partners


P2PE devices and applications


P2PE Key Injection Facilities

Cybersecurity Insights

Webinar on Demand

The Silver Bullet for Ecommerce Security: 3DS, Encryption and Tokenization

On January 26th, Bluefin and our partner, PAAY, hosted a webinar on our new security solution set that eliminates the threat of hackers and online fraud, while providing regulatory compliance. The solution set combines 3D Secure (3DS), hardware-based encryption, and vaultless tokenization to provide merchants a liability shift, strong customer authentication, data confidentiality, and compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2).

PAAY Webinar

Resources and News

Case Studies

Case Studies

White Papers

P2PE in POI Environments: Scope, Cost, Benefits and Implementation


Safeguarding Online PII, PHI and Payment Data with Bluefin’s ShieldConex® Privacy Platform


Hackers breached over 4 billion records in 2019