Company Overview of Thales e-Security, Inc.
Thales e-Security, Inc. provides data protection products and related professional services worldwide. Its products and services include hardware security modules (HSMs), HSM management, identity management, encryption key management systems, network encryption appliances, time stamping, custom development, deployment services, PKI consultancy, packaged solutions, and training. The company provides solutions for various business issues, including protecting applications from Malware and APTs, privacy compliance, trust management and identity management, PCI DSS auditing and compliance, controlling fraud and protecting intellectual property, cloud computing security, data breach notification,...
900 South Pine Island Road
Plantation, FL 33324
Founded in 1976
Key Executives for Thales e-Security, Inc.
Head of Transaction Security
Managing Director and Vice President
Director Corporate Communications
Vice President of Information Technology Security Activities
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Thales e-Security, Inc. Key Developments
Vormetric Hardens Data Security Manager with Thales
Jan 19 16
Thales and Vormetric announce that the Vormetric Data Security Manager (DSM) is now secured with Thales nShield hardware security modules (HSMs). Customers in highly regulated and security conscious industries such as finance and banking can now benefit from the heightened levels of trust and security provided by Thales HSMs. Vormetric DSM centralizes control of data-at-rest security enabling organizations to protect their sensitive data and meet new security mandates and compliance requirements. Where high levels of trust and security are demanded Thales HSMs provide FIPS 140-2 certified protection and key management. To meet the demands of customers with deployments distributed across multiple data centres, Thales HSMs offer Vormetric a superior approach to HSM initialization and ongoing administration. By utilizing the unique Thales Security World architecture customers can increase their security posture without the operational difficulties often associated with alternative solutions.
Thales Secures Mobile Point-of-Sale Solutions for Mint Payments
Nov 17 15
Thales and Mint Payments Limited announce that Thales payShield hardware security modules (HSMs) provide high assurance encryption and key management to secure Mint Payments' mobile payments solutions. Thales payShield HSMs are designed specifically for the payment industry securing card issuing and payment processing applications. Mint Payments offers a complete and modular solution for mobile card acceptance, including a mobile payments platform, mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) solution and developer toolkits. Together with payShield HSMs, Mint Payments is able to deliver a proven bank-grade payments infrastructure that meets PCI, EMV and card scheme standards and certifications.
Microsemi and Thales e-Security Announces Hardware Security Module Reseller Agreement to Protect Customer Revenue
Nov 10 15
Microsemi Corporation announced it has signed a reseller agreement with Thales e-Security. Using Thales e-Security nShield hardware security modules, custom firmware and the security protocols built into every Microsemi SmartFusion™2 system-on-chip field programmable gate array (FPGA) and IGLOO™2 FPGA, customers can automatically prevent overbuilding of their systems in any manufacturing facility anywhere in the world, saving millions of dollars in lost revenue. Thales nShield HSMs in combination with custom firmware running on the nShield generates a unique authorization code for each SmartFusion2 or IGLOO2 device. The authorization code can only be decrypted by the device for which it was generated. Within the HSM security boundary a device limit count is used to control the number of authorization codes generated and hence the number of systems built. This agreement, which makes Microsemi a certified reseller of Thales nShield HSMs, strengthens the relationship between Microsemi and Thales and extends the trusted supply chain assurance infrastructure used in-house to the end customer. Microsemi has been using Thales nShield HSMs as part of its manufacturing flow for SmartFusion2 and IGLOO2 devices to inject unique device IDs, device keys and x.509 device certificates. Allowing Microsemi customers to use the same HSMs in their manufacturing flow closes the loop on supply chain assurance. This enables the company's customers in the communications, industrial and defense markets to trust that their deployed systems are authentic and utilized precisely as planned. Overbuilding prevention is now completely automated. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce estimates that intellectual property (IP) threats cost domestic companies more than $250 billion per year in lost revenues. Hardware security modules effectively remove the vulnerability posed by insiders, particularly those within manufacturing locations, enabling offshore manufacturing without threat of overbuilding, cloning or reverse engineering—or incorporating classified data during non-classified manufacturing—while maintaining confidentiality of the sensitive data and preventing tampering such as insertion of a Trojan horse. A hardware security module is a tamper-resistant device designed to generate keys securely, encrypt FPGA bitstreams in a secure environment, facilitate the use of customer owned sensitive key material and execute standard and custom algorithms requiring the use of protected keys.
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