May 16, 2019

Secure memory in payment systems

Introduction Secure memory in payment systems is one of the most important PA:DSS and PCI:DSS topics. While any device involved in payment transaction processing needs to […]
May 16, 2019

EMV Issuer scripts and how do they work

EMV Issuer scripts allow the Issuer to update and change parameters and values on the card chip whilst it is live in the field. This means […]
May 16, 2019

Statistics and monitoring with Zabbix

Introduction This tutorial brigs a example steps to be taken to display data on Zabbix. Zabbix is the ultimate enterprise-level software designed for real-time monitoring of millions […]
May 16, 2019

BP-Tools is Multiplatform

Our new set of free tools (BP-Tools) is really multiplatform. BP-Tools supports and runs on operating systems based on Debian Linux, Microsoft OS higher than Vista […]
May 16, 2019

TPDU – The Transaction Protocol Data Unit

The Transaction Protocol Data Unit (TPDU) is an old-school packet-based protocol designed for transaction-oriented applications. On the OSI model it stands between Transport Layer (e.g. X.25, […]
May 16, 2019

Monitoring and Disaster Recovery for Payment Switches

Payment switches and the surrounding infrastructure are usually considered critical systems, where any failure involving data loss or down-time can result in lost revenue, lost customers, […]
May 16, 2019

Tokenisation in Payments

ApplePay has introduced the concept of tokenisation, as it applies to card-based transactions, to mainstream audiences. Friends that had never heard of tokenisation prior to ApplePay […]
May 16, 2019

Launch of BP-Switch

BP-Switch is now officially launched; if you’ve missed our previous announcements BP-Switch is the latest addition to the Babylon Payments family providing realtime and batch transaction […]
May 16, 2019

Heartbleed bug impact on Payments

Heartbleed bug seemed to shake world of security, but what about core banking? All EMV is based on RSA certificates (X.509) being employed for SDA, DDA […]
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