Voltage Launches New Piece of Encryption PIE

May 2, 2011

At the recent Visa Security Summit , payment card data protection provider Voltage Security announced a new encryption product for protecting personal data entered by consumers on Web pages. The company said Page-Integrated Encryption (PIE) is particularly useful for card-not-present applications, ensuring data retains its format and semantics upon encryption. “We are the only vendor to have a comprehensive payments security solution both for card-present and now e-commerce, via end-to-end encryption, tokenization and data masking,” said Mark Bower, vice president of product management for Voltage Security. “For the first time, merchants can retain total control of their customer experience in the important payment capture process, without having cardholder data present in their ecosystem or key management worries — reducing risk and PCI compliance cost in the process.”