Secure Socket Layer (SSL/TLS)

Secure Socket Layer (SSL/TLS)

Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Keep Your ATM Secure 3 Like MACing, SSL/TLS also provides a method for the ATM to authenticate the host and additionally provides encryption and integrity between the Host and the ATM connected via TCP/IP (either hard wired, or with a...
MACing

MACing

MACing Keep Your ATM Secure 3 MAC stands for Message Authentication Code, which provides a method to be certain that messages between the ATM and the host are authentic and unmodified, thus preventing man-in-the-middle attacks and bogus hosts or ATMs. The first...
Malware and Jackpotting

Malware and Jackpotting

Malware and Jackpotting Keep Your ATM Secure 3 Two lines of defense prevent unauthorized software from making its way onto Triton ATMs. Both lines of defense use the same technique, namely the ATM verifies that the software has been digitally signed by Triton...
Firewall

Firewall

Firewall Keep Your ATM Secure 3 Triton’s ATMs include a firewall to block unwanted communications on the ATM’s TCP/IP connection. The firewall defends against malicious attempts to remotely access the ATM. It also helps the ATM to pass a PCI DSS...
Software and Security Updates

Software and Security Updates

Software and Security Updates Keep Your ATM Secure 3 Check that you have the most current software version running on your ATM fleet. Triton periodically releases new software versions for all of our ATM models that include feature enhancements, as well as vital...