Security is always foremost in everyone’s mind in the electronic payments industry. Data encryption techniques and secure memory structure play a large role in payment system security. This month we have an interesting article on these topics for you: “Secure Memory Structures in Payments”, by Jan Bilek, EFTlab’s CTO. The article discusses EFTlab's data encryption practices and secure memory structure in EFTlab’s BP-Tools and BP-Sim product suites to maximize payment system security.
New article: Secure Memory Structures in Payments, by EFTlab CTO, Jan Bilek. This two-part article discusses some of EFTlab’s best internal practices for data encryption, including secure data padding, and how secure memory is allocated/deallocated in EFTlab products to optimize payment system security:
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BP-Switch Update: Over the last month the team have been focused on thorough functional and usability testing of the software, identifying and resolving 90 defects. As a result of this work, the system is simpler to configure and more reliable than ever before. This has also been a great opportunity for the team to put together some complex testing scenarios and see the new "health" system gracefully handle and recover from failures.
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