AES Encryption | Townsend Security

By: Patrick Townsend Security Solutions  11-11-2011
Keywords: Credit Card, Encryption

Strong encryption optimized for performance

Encrypt 10 Million credit card numbers in less than 7 seconds with Alliance AES optimized encryption. Performance is 94 times faster than the competition.

Regulatory compliance

Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) has been adopted as a standard by the US government and many state and local agencies. AES is the recommended encryption method for PCI, HIPAA, HITECH, GLBA and individual state privacy regulations.

Cross platform integration

Developer support saves time on projects

Alliance AES provides a number of resources to developers to make it easy to deploy data security solutions. Extensive document of the encryption APIs and developer guidelines will help shorten the development and deployment time for a project.

Key Management meets compliance requirements

Utilities

Developer utilities include SHA1 and SHA2 hash, PKCS#5 padding, ASCII/EBCDIC data translation, Random number generation (RNG), and Hash-based Message Authentication Code (HMAC) creation and validation.

NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology) Certified

Ensures encrypted data you share with customers, banks and vendors will be compatible with their encryption requirements.

 

Key sizes

128-bit Symmetric keys

192-bit Symmetric keys

256-bit Symmetric keys

Algorithms

FIPS-197 compliant and NIST certified Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)

Encryption modes

Electronic Codebook (ECB)

Cipherblock Chaining (CBC)

Counter (CTR)

Output Feeback (OFB)

Cipher Feedback (CFB1, CFB8, CFB128)

Operating Systems

Keywords: Credit Card, Encryption

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