The Company adds Datecs, Equinox Payments, and ID Tech P2PE certified devices, and Unattended Card Payments Inc. (UCP) KIF
March 3, 2020 – Atlanta, GA – Payment security leader Bluefin today announced the addition of several new devices to their PCI-validated Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) listing.
Bluefin provides the leading payment security platform that supports payment gateways, processors and integrated software vendors (ISV’s) 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 125 connected partners serving 32 countries, with over 100 devices/applications and 14 KIFs. New device additions to the company’s PCI-validated P2PE listing include the:
- Datecs BluePad 5000
- Equinox Payments Luxe 6200m
- ID Tech SREDKey 2
Additional P2PE applications include the Verifone FormAgent/XPI, 5400, as well as new KIF Unattended Card Payments Inc., located in Las Vegas.
“Consumer privacy regulations like GDPR and CCPA are driving merchants to secure consumer data or face stiff fines. Recent data breaches have costs merchants hundreds of millions in fines,” said Ruston Miles, Chief Strategy Officer, Bluefin. “Bluefin is constantly adding support for new secure device manufacturers and models, applications and secure fulfillment facilities to make it as easy as possible for merchants of all types to protect consumer data with certified encryption using a PCI P2PE Solution.”
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.