Hardware Security Modules – Trustway HSM
Data protection became a strategic step in your digital transformation journey but most of all a priority in company security policy.
Deploying an encryption management platform with a high level of security is essential to protect your infrastructure and data.
What is a HSM?
A Hardware Security Module (HSM) is a physical computing device that safeguards and manages digital keys for strong authentication and provides cryptoprocessing. These modules traditionally come in the form of a plug-in card or an external device that attaches directly to a computer or network server.
HSMs and/or the cryptographic modules they employ are typically certified to internationally recognized standards such as Common Criteria or FIPS 140 to provide users with independent assurance that the design and implementation of the product and cryptographic algorithms are sound.
Secure transport communications and data. Protecting digital assets in harsh environments.
Atos provides a rugged hardware security module (HSM) able to support transportation complexities and constraints to secure your data in motion or at rest.
Trustway Proteccio rugged HSM offers secure authentication, integrity of the data and their encryption in all transportation systems and respond to all constraints.
Why Trustway HSMs ensure you a total data protection?
Compliant, flexible and innovative, our Hardware Security Module range brings to companies and critical infrastructures the reliability of an innovative and robust architecture in compliance with strict security demands (GDPR, HIPAA, PCI DSS, eIDAS..).
Designed to ensure integrity and security of customers’ cryptographic operations, our HSMs guarantee high availability and safe restore, an easy installation and an ergonomic management application.
Certified high security, the Hardware Security Module Trustway product range is designed (hardware and software), implemented and manufactured totally by Atos in France.
HSM Trustway Proteccio™ NetHSM
Innovation in security technology is the master word with the Hardware Security Module Trustway Proteccio™ NetHSM for data encryption. Eight independently managed cryptographic virtual HSMs sheltered in one physical HSM are made available for a high-secured operational flexibility.
HSM Trustway Proteccio™
The Hardware Security Module Trustway Proteccio™ USB offers control and security. The USB connectivity allows maintaining the sensitive environment offline in order to avoid any loss of data, a direct connectivity between the customer’s machine and the HSM. One of the benefits is also the rackable platform of a U to be easily integrated into your infrastructure.
HSM Trustway Proteccio™
The Hardware Security Module Trustway Proteccio™ OEM offers the possibility to deploy custom applications that are integrated then securely executed in the appliance and benefit from an easy programmability environment.
HSM Trustway Crypt2pay
The Hardware Security Module Trustway Crypt2pay is specially designed to secure withdrawal and payment transactions using credit, debit or store cards (authorization requests). It secures face-to-face transactions of all types, including contactless payments, as well as Internet sales.
Trustway Proteccio is a Hardware Security Module (HSM) providing software solutions with a high-performance and highly secure environment where they can carry out their most sensitive cryptographic operations.
Compliant, flexible and innovative, our Hardware Security Module range brings to companies and critical infrastructures the reliability of an innovative and robust architecture in compliance with strict security demands.
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