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26.10.2021

Newland’s N910 and N700 Android SmartPOS terminals achieve Common.SECC certification

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Fujian Newland Payment Technology Co., Ltd. (Newland), a global leader in the supply of high-performance payment devices and secure management infrastructure, is delighted to announce that its bestselling N910 and N700 Smart POS terminals have received Common.SECC certification. With this new security approval, Newland will begin deploying its high-performance Android payment devices in markets like Germany and the UK, which require additional security measures.

 

Common.SECC is an international security certification scheme for card payment terminals (also known as points of interaction or POIs). Currently Common.SECC covers payment terminals deployed at merchants in Germany and the UK, but this scope may be extended to other countries that are interested in adopting the Common.SECC standard. In Germany, the Common.SECC process replaces many aspects of the local terminal security evaluation process. It is now used in place of the previous UK Common Criteria security evaluation process in the UK.


Newland N700

With this prestigious certification, Newland retains its position as a high-security device supplier and demonstrates the robust security credentials of its Android Smart POS product series. With a 5” colour touchscreen and sleek, ergonomic footprint and built-in printer, N910 allows merchants to combine cash register and store management software with payment and value-add service applications. Its sister product, the N700, runs on the same core platform, but enables greater mobility with a slim-line compact design, wireless connectivity for external printers and enhanced scanning capabilities that can be used for QR code payments as well as scanning barcodes, for initiating a sale or carrying out stock checks. Both N910 and N700 benefit from Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and 4G communication options and support all major international contact and contactless payment cards and NFC wallets, and multiple local payment methods.

 

The Common.SECC approval process for Newland's N910 and N700 devices was fulfill by SGS Brightsight, the number one security lab in the world with over 35 years of experience in the security evaluation of electronic payment-related products and many other types of evaluation.



 

According to Ernest Shen, Executive VP & CTO at Newland: "Europe is one of the most important markets for Newland, experiencing steady growth over recent years. We are thrilled to see that our high-performance Android payment devices will be deployed in markets like Germany and the UK  with this latest security approval. Newland has been a leading player in the payment industry for decades, providing high-quality payment devices and related services. We will continue to focus our efforts on achieving local market certifications for our products and ensuring that customers and partners receive first-class support for their payment solution deployments” .


"SGS Brightsight is proud to have been selected as the Common.Secc lab by Newland, a leading global manufacturer of high-performance payment terminals. We lookforward to contunue our parrtnership andwe hope that many more security approvals, including IOS, will follow", says Thomas Jorgensen (Chief Commericial Officer) at SGS Brightsight. 

 


About Newland NPT

Since 1994, Newland Payment Technology has been developing and deploying some of the world’s most innovative and high-performance payment terminals and is acknowledged as a global leader in its field. From mPOS to SmartPOS, the company delivers millions of devices annually to some of the biggest acquirers, processors and payment service providers worldwide. Designed for use in any customer-facing environment, from retail outlets and restaurants to public transport and delivery services, Newland’s secure payment devices facilitate seamless transactions and smooth interaction between consumers and merchants. With a presence in 60 countries and 1,000 employees globally, Newland Payment Technology is a member company of Newland Technology group and a fully owned subsidiary of Newland Digital Technology Co., Ltd. (SZE-000997).

 

 

About SGS Brightsight

SGS Brightsight is the largest security evaluation lab in the world, with seven accredited labs worldwide. SGS Brightsight supports companies in security evaluations for compliance, risk management and market positioning. SGS Brightsight operates across many domains such as eID, E-Payments, Space, Industrial, Telecommunication, Medical, Automotive and IoT, from IP design, to Silicon, Software and End-Devices. With over 35 years of experience in Cybersecurity, SGS Brightsight brings expertise in technology, security evaluations, policies and regulatory requirements. SGS Brightsight has over 50 accreditations worldwide, and has been a Common Criteria and EMVCo hardware lab since 2002. We are unique positioned because of our accreditations which are recognised in multiple governmental Common Criteria schemes: CSA (Singapore), TSE (Turkey), NSCIB (the Netherlands), CCN (Spain), BSI (Germany) and SERTIT (Norway).