ViVOtech contactless payment systems – now with Voltage Security end-to-end encryption 

By Krowneva

ViVOtech, a major player in Near Field Communication (NFC) mobile payments, loyalty and marketing applications and contactless NFC readers, and Voltage Security™, the global leader in end-to-end data protection, have announced that they are implementing a Voltage-powered end-to-end encryption point-of-sales (POS) solution in its ViVOpay line of industry-leading contactless NFC payment terminals.

ViVOtech also announced it has joined the Voltage SecureData Open License Program as it dramatically lowers the barrier to implementing end-to-end encryption on POS devices, Electronic Cash Registers (ECRs), mobile payment devices and eCommerce Payment platforms. By using Voltage SecureData, ViVOtech solutions will provide merchants with a wider set of data protection solutions, incorporating end-to-end encryption and tokenization that significantly reduces the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) audit scope and meets or exceeds the recently published Visa Best Practices for Data Field Encryption and Tokenization.

“We are excited to work with Voltage on providing this expanded level of end-to- end security for our merchants and their payment providers. Voltage offers a strong track record of working with leading acquirers and merchants in the payment space,” said Mohammed Khan, president and founder of ViVOtech.

“ViVOtech is a leading innovator in the area of contactless and mobile payment systems. At Voltage our goal is to secure the payment stream across all device implementations, including contactless, mobile and other next generation solutions. Our hardware independent technology allows us to work in an easy, seamless way that provides maximum-strength security with a minimum of administrative hassle,” said Doug Dwyre, vice president of business development for Voltage Security.

ViVOtech payment solutions are powered by Voltage’s breakthrough Format-Preserving Encryption™ (Voltage FPE) and Voltage Identity-Based Encryption™ (Voltage IBE) technologies, which dramatically simplify the deployment and administration of encryption and key management, offering the following advantages:

  • Cardholder data is encrypted immediately at point of capture and remains protected end-to-end until card hand-off.
  • Key management is simplified – no need to inject keys into devices or manually rotate encryption keys.
  • End-to-end encryption can be applied across the widest range of form factors.

Voltage end-to-end payment security solutions are available integrated with a variety of hardware platforms and as a software-only implementation for e-commerce. For a full list of Voltage payment partners please visit:

About Voltage Security

Voltage Security, Inc., an enterprise security company, is an encryption innovator and global leader in end-to-end data protection. Voltage solutions, based on next generation cryptography, provide end-to-end encryption, tokenization, masking and simplified key management for protecting sensitive information such as card holder data. Voltage products enable reduction in PCI audit cost with rapid implementation and the lowest total cost of ownership in the industry through the use of award-winning cryptographic solutions, including Voltage Identity-Based Encryption™ (IBE) and a new breakthrough innovation: Format-Preserving Encryption™ (FPE). Offerings include Voltage SecureMail™, Voltage SecureData™, Voltage SecureFile™ and the Voltage SecureMail Network™ (VSN), an on-demand managed service for the extended business network.

As a service to the industry and general public, the company maintains the Voltage Data Breach Index and Map which is continuously updated with global data breach information: The Company has been issued several patents based upon breakthrough research in mathematics and cryptographic systems. Customers include Global 1000 companies in banking, retail, insurance, energy, healthcare and government. To learn more about Voltage customers and sign up for the customer news letter please visit

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