REALSEC is based in Redwood City, California and provides pre-installed solutions and application software and FIPS level 3 certified integrated Hardware Security Module (HSM).
Through this agreement, REALSEC will provide AEP with support and training across the REALSEC product line.
The support includes integrated financial HSM for transaction security called Cryptosec banking, an automated remote key loading for ATMs and POS terminals called Cryptosec RKL and H3P – an EMV card deployment solution. Cryptosec TSA and Cryptosec Mail are appliances for data stamping and email encryption. Cryptosec Openkey Series are appliances for all key PKI functions and CryptoSign Server is for certificate storage and high volume electronic signatures.
Preliminarily, AEP will promote these in the banking and government sectors in the Asia-Pacific and Europe, with a roadmap to expand across other regions.
“We share REALSEC’s dedication to building customer trust in secure issuing and processing environments, and they are an ideal partner for delivering advanced cryptographic solutions,” said Rob Stubbs, operations director, AEP, in a press release.
“With our previous expansion and continued success in North America, it was imperative to find a partner that could deliver the REALSEC message and technology on a global scale,” explained Sebastian Muñoz, CEO of REALSEC, Inc., in a press release. “Signing this agreement with AEP solves that need and we look forward to a successful relationship between the two companies.”
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