February 14, 2021

EFTLab celebrates its 10-Year anniversary

EFTLab was founded on February 14, 2011 in London, UK to fill a gap in the market by providing much needed innovative software solutions for the […]
November 16, 2020

An Introduction to TR-31 and Thales Key Blocks

In financial cryptography and PCI standards, a Key Block is an encrypted key stored with its metadata in a cryptographically secure way. That means that the […]
October 19, 2020

Nexo standards and importance of ISO20022

Payments legacy – ISO8583, APACS, SPDH Differing standards across European countries have made it difficult and costly for retailers to adopt a centralised approach to credit […]
May 16, 2019

BP-Node is PA:DSS v3.2 Compliant

EFTlab’s BP-Node Payment Gateway/ Switch product passed again PA-DSS validation and is listed as PA-DSS (PA-DSS v3.2) compliant by the PCI Security Council on 6th November 2017. Certification […]
May 16, 2019

BP-Tools and BP-Sim now on RHEL

In response to EFTlab’s customer needs, we are bringing an official support for the most required platforms. BP-Sim platform and our portfolio of BP-Tools supports and […]
May 16, 2019

Extending Your Payment System

These days we are all looking for faster routes to market for our software solutions but the overriding factor for those of us working in payment […]
May 16, 2019

BP-Node Message Bus and System-wideTracing and Monitoring

BP-Node is a Tier 1 banking switch capable of sustained processing of over 2000TPS. BP-Node has been designed and written in a state-less, message-driven architecture. At the […]
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 […]