AccessGuard 1000 (AG1000) processes millions of mobile, broadband IP based POS transactions, m-commerce and e-commerce payments transactions, and mobile wallet payments, The AG1000 enables safe and reliable transport of financial transactions, security verification for any data that requires high levels of data encryption over many network types.
The AG1000 Secure Transaction Solution Application Brief focuses on interconnecting existing legacy and new generation bank host systems to the mobile, broadband internet based Point of Sales (POS) terminals, ATMs, NFC Terminals, smart phone and Tablet based mobile payment terminals etc, for the next generation financial transaction market.
Total Control Secure Transaction Gateway (STG) is a high density transaction transport gateway operating on industry standard 2U rack mount hardware for dial-up service. Fast and secure transaction transport of credit card authorizations, debit card fund transfers and other transactions from dial-up POS systems over X.25 or IP networks is enabled with exceptional reliability.
Total Control Secure Transaction Gateway product brief provides more detail for secure dial-up system, and integration support. Security protocol information is provided such as VISA I/II and Synchronous Data Link Control with full protocol emulation.
TransKrypt Security Server is a comprehensive provides hardware accelerated Point to Point Encryption (P2PE) for secure data transport from POS terminals to host servers. Secure cryptographic devices used for cryptographic-key management and decryption of account data are host/hardware security modules (HSMs), which are approved and configured to FIPS 140-2 (levels 2 & 3).
TransKrypt Product Brief provide more detail on data encryption from POS terminals, certificate verification of the client POS devices’ certificates, and tokenization of card holder data. Information is provided payment transaction data originating from payment initiating devices flowing through public networks comprising dial, broadband and mobile technologies.
The Common Element Manager System (CEM) features an easy-to-use graphical interface that enables network operators to view system status and device availability at a glance. This Secure Transaction System is based on Java architecture and it inter-operates with service providers’ network management platform of choice, enabling them to leverage an existing equipment investment.