The Company adds Ingenico, PAX and Verifone P2PE certified devices, and Datecs KIF
December 1, 2020 – Atlanta, GA – Payment security and encryption leader Bluefin today announced the addition of several new devices to their PCI-validated Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) listing. This designated change included adding 13 new PTS validated POI devices, 3 POI payment applications, and one new Key Injection Facility (KIF).
Bluefin provides the leading payment security platform that supports payment gateways, processors, integrated software vendors (ISV’s) and merchants in 34 countries globally. The company became the first North American provider of a PCI-validated P2PE solution in March 2014 and in October 2014, introduced Decryptx®, the industry’s only PCI-validated P2PE Decryption as a Service (DaaS). The software solution enables payment processors, gateways and ISV’s to offer Bluefin’s PCI-validated P2PE directly through their platforms as one integrated solution.
Today, Bluefin’s Decryptx network includes 135 connected partners with over 100 devices/applications and 14 KIFs. Additional devices in the updated listing include:
- Ingenico Lane 5000 and 7000
- Ingenico Link 2500
- PAX Q20
- PAX IM30, IM300, IM500, IM700
- PAX Aries6, AR6
- PAX S920 and SP20
- Verifone V400c, V400c Plus
Recently validated P2PE applications include the Ingenico Retail Base Application (RBA) 1.2, the Ingenico Unified Payment Platform (UPP) 2.0, and the Verifone XPI 20, as well as new KIF Datecs, located in Sofia, Bulgaria.
“As the leader in payment and data security, Bluefin is always working to support the most current devices and secure P2PE applications available,” said Brent Johnson, CISO, Bluefin. “With these new additions, Bluefin currently supports the most diverse group of PTS devices, applications, and Components of any P2PE Solution Provider. Maintaining this variety and choice is of the utmost importance to Bluefin, our merchants and partners that utilize our integrated and stand-alone P2PE solutions.”
As part of Bluefin’s PCI-validated P2PE solution package, the company also provides partners and clients access to the P2PE Manager®, a patented, online management system that enables the complete lifecycle monitoring of P2PE devices – including key injection, device shipping and tracking for chain-of-custody, device state and attestation management, and a record of every decryption performed by every device.
See our latest blog on The Role of Payment Devices, Applications and KIFs in the P2PE Solution. Companies can also learn more about PCI-validated P2PE on Bluefin’s website, including FAQ’s on P2PE, and Bluefin’s Decryptx partners, P2PE certified devices, and KIFs.