HP Page-Integrated Encryption

End-to-End encryption for web transactions

HP Page-Integrated Encryption

HP Page-Integrated Encryption (PIE) encrypts sensitive user data in the browser, and allows that data to travel encrypted through intermediate application tiers. Unlike traditional TLS/SSL encryption, this keeps user data private as it travels through load balancers and web application stacks, only decrypting that data when it reaches secured inner host systems. As an example, e-Commerce merchants can use HP PIE to reduce PCI exposure of their web and intermediate hosts. HP PIE integrates via a Javascript library and a single API call within the web page itself. The HP PIE system encrypts data with host-supplied single use keys, making a breach of a user browser session useless for decrypting any other data in the system.

The HP SecureData Web with HP PIE technology solution shown below increases the security of e-Commerce platforms without impacting the buyers experience as well as reduce merchant PCI scope.


“A properly designed and deployed HP SecureData Web with HP PIE Technology integrated e-Commerce application can significantly reduce PCI DSS scope and validation requirements similar to merchants implementing a hosted payments
page solution.”

HP SecureData Web

with Page-Integrated
Encryption Technology

Security Review

by Coalfire Systems, Inc.

HP PIE Technology Security Review

E-Commerce merchants now have an alternate approach for protecting sensitive data submitted during the e-Commerce checkout process, which can reduce the burden of merchant
PCI DSS compliance.

Coalfire Report

More Information

PCI Compliance and Scope Reduction

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The Identity-Based Encryption Advantage – A Proven Standard for Protecting Information 

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Independent Technical Assessment of HP Format-Preserving Encryption

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