Moscow, Russia, December 07, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Safensoft, Russian software developer of IT security solutions, reports a successful compatibility test between SafenSoft TPSecure 3.7 software and Diebold Inc. ATMs.
All SafenSoft TPSecure 3.7 declared performance attributes were reported to be corresponding to the facts and satisfied the requirements in all equipment’s modes of operation. All functions have met the specifications. During the test in Diebold laboratory, no ATM software performance slowdown was observed in the course of joint SafenSoft TPSecure 3.7 and Diebold Agilis 9 1x 3.0 functioning. All Diebold Opteva ATMs used in the test were running at optimal efficiency.
Diebold Inc. is leading global supplier of ATMs. Company provides integrated technology solutions that increase productivity, improve customer service, reduce costs and enhance security for assets and people. To this day, more than 100,000 Diebold Opteva ATMs were sold.
SafenSoft TPSecure 3.7 is the latest version among SafenSoft solutions for protecting electronic self-service devices such as ATMs, POS systems and kiosks against software changes and unauthorized data access by service personnel or hackers. TPSecure maintains system integrity by preventing unauthorized launch attempts and activity of all processes in the system, which means full-scale protection from any kind of hacker attacks, broad or targeted, and even protection from “zero-day” threats without any kind of reliance on signature updates. System can be managed and monitored remotely and configured centrally.
“Results of this compatibility test come as long-awaited news to our clients who use Diebold ATMs,” said SafenSoft CEO Michael Kalinichenko. “Now they have a solid proof that SafenSoft TPSecure 3.7 is well compatible with ATMs which are integrated into many banks all over the world.”
Further information on SafenSoft products and solutions can be found at at http://www.safensoft.com
SafenSoft develops cutting edge information security solutions for home and business computer users, and for ATMs, kiosks, POS systems and other unattended devices. Founded in 2006, the company has research and development facilities in Moscow, Russia, and commercial offices in Silicon Valley, California, along with distribution agreements in 16 additional markets around the world.
SafenSoft technology is used by some of the world's largest banks to protect their ATM networks. SafenSoft is a member of the PCI Security Council and serves on the Security Best Practices committee of the ATMIA.