Your hardware security module for e-Payments payShield is dedicated to combat online fraud. Introduce its features.
The payShield HSM meets the security needs of card-issuing banks, payment processors, merchants and e-payment providers implementing 3-D Secure and other standards, providing key management for symmetric and asymmetric keys within a single device, cryptographic acceleration, real-time authentication of customer transactions and APIs supporting customized encryption, decryption and signing functions.
Your products, nForce and nFast are both SSL accelerators that enhance Web server performance. What are their features?
nForce secure SSL accelerator provides enhanced server performance with powerful acceleration capabilities to expand server processing capacity, security infrastructure scalability through a modular architecture, advanced key management and improved manageability by allowing the establishment of responsibilities and authority to manage a multitude of digital keys across a network.
nFast 800 is a high-performance PCI card that removes the burden of the power-hungry software process that underlies the SSL protocol and is plug-and-play compatible with leading Web server packages and operating systems. nFast 800 provides the capacity for a single server to establish 800 new SSL connections per second.
Protegrity is one of your partners. What does your partnership consist of?
nCipher entered into a partnership with Protegrity in September of 2002. We are tightly integrating our nShield product line with their Secure.Data software to give customers a solution that addresses stringent government, industry and internal auditing standards for protecting the privacy of sensitive database information against internal and external threats. As part of this agreement, we entered into a joint marketing and strategic alliance partnership with Protegrity that includes ongoing collaborative development of secure database encryption solutions.
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