News : Bluefin Announces the Granting of Continuation Applications on Two Core Patents
Atlanta, GA, USA, Sept 24, 2018 -- Bluefin, provider of a payment security platform supporting payment gateways, processors and independent software vendors (ISV’s), has announced the granting of two continuation applications on core intellectual property in the U.S. and Japan.
Patent #10,027,635, Systems and Methods for Decryption as a Service via a Message Queuing Protocol, is a continuation of #9,692,735, issued in June 2017, and includes additional claims related to event notification and databases. JP,2017-517822,A, Systems and Methods for Decryption as a Service, has also been granted a continuation (divisional) application in Japan for additional claims related to Bluefin’s decryption as a service methods and systems.
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Both of the patents continue to cover scalable systems and methods for decrypting thousands of transactions per second. Both also cover the systems and methods for parsing data from devices (payment terminals), device authentication and validation, key management, and decryption via HSMs. The patents further relate to a point-to-point encryption management system (Bluefin’s P2PE Manager(R)) configured to receive information from a multitude of point of interaction devices (payment terminals).
The patents include aspects of Bluefin’s PCI-validated Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) solutions, including Decryptx(R), the company’s Decryption as a Service (DaaS) product for enabling their PCI-validated P2PE solution through processors, payment gateways, and software platforms.
"We are very excited to receive these continuations on our core IP portfolio in both the United States and Japan," said Ruston Miles, Chief Strategy Officer, Bluefin. "Data breaches continue to be an international cybersecurity threat that is costing companies billions of dollars and eroding consumer trust."
"Bluefin’s patented P2PE platform empowers processors, payment gateways and software vendors to integrate this important security protection into their own systems quickly. Our global P2PE network consists of more than 80 connected partners including processors, payment gateways, ISVs and Key Injection Facilities (KIFs) serving 2M+ merchants in 25 countries, demonstrating the worldwide need and importance of validated P2PE."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Bluefin provides a payment security platform that supports payment gateways, processors and ISV’s in more than 25 countries. Bluefin’s secure payment platform is key to the holistic approach to data security. Bluefin is a Participating Organization (PO) of the PCI Security Standards Council (SSC) and is headquartered in Atlanta, with offices in New York, Chicago, Tulsa and Waterford, Ireland.
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