SWITCHWARE 4 TR-31 Key Block Support

Starting in January 2018, organizations that use cryptogram-based encryption methods to protect their symmetric keys began transferring to a key block-based encryption method. This change reflects the update made to PCI PIN guidelines to better protect cryptographic keys from unintended use. Of the various methods available, the TR-31 key block format is the most popular. 

The TR-31 key blocks stored in SWITCHWARE 4.0 (and above) work well with all existing RKL transport methods in place today.

In the near future TR-31/34 support for RKL with SWITCHWARE-driven ATMs is planned to be offered using a single SWITCHWARE interface to Trusted Security Solution’s A98 system. 

Click here for more information on TR-31 Key Block Storage and additional CSFi Encryption Solutions and Updates.

Click here to learn more about PCI Pin Security Requirements

By : Sales & Marketing /November 18, 2020 /Featured News, News /0 Comment

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