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ASC X9 collections for the financial services industry enables the use of symmetric techniques, electronic benefits transfer, data encryption, and the printing of compliant checks and deposit tickets.

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ANSI X9.24 - Retail Financial Services Set

ANSI X9.24 - Retail Financial Services Set

ANSI X9.24 - Retail Financial Services Set provides guidance on the management of symmetric keys using symmetric techniques as well as asymmetric techniques for the distribution of symmetric keys. ANSI X9.24 - Retail Financial Services Set includes:
ANSI X9.24-1-2017
ANSI X9.24-2-2016
ANSI X9.24-3-2017


ANSI X9.24-1 / ANSI X9.24-2 / ASC X9 TR 31 - Symmetric Key Management and Security Package

ANSI X9.24-1 / ANSI X9.24-2 / ASC X9 TR 31 - Symmetric Key Management and Security Package

ANSI X9.24-1 / ANSI X9.24-2 / ASC X9 TR 31 - Symmetric Key Management and Security Package provides guidance on the management of symmetric keys using symmetric techniques as well as asymmetric techniques for the distribution of symmetric keys. It also establishes methods for the secure exchange of keys and sensitive data using symmetric key exchange key. ANSI X9.24-1 / ANSI X9.24-2 / ANSI X9 TR 31 - Symmetric Key Management and Security Package includes:
ANSI X9.24-1-2017
ANSI X9.24-2-2016
ASC X9 TR 31-2018


ANSI X9.93 Set

Financial transaction messages - Electronic benefits transfer (EBT) (contains errata)

These two standards provide all parties involved in Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) transactions with technical specifications for exchanging financial transaction messages. The documents standardize message formats based on the ISO 8583 standard and thereby maximize EBT productivity for all stakeholders in the industry. These standards describe messages in an offline and online processing environment. It also specifies message structure, format and content, data elements and values for data elements used in EBT. This collection includes ANSI X9.93-2014 Part 1, ANSI X9.93-2014 Part 2 and ANSI X9.93-2014 Part 2 - Errata.


X9 Encryption Collection

ANSI/X9 TR-39, ANSI X9.24-1, ANSI X9.24-2, ANSI X9.92-1 ansi ASC X9.80

This collection includes the following standards:

 
     
  • ANSI X9/TR-39-2009, Retail Financial Services Compliance Guideline û Part 1: Online PIN Security and Symmetric Key Management (formerly TG-3)
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  • ANSI X9.24-1-2017, Retail Financial Services Symmetric Key Management
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  • ANSI X9.24-2:2016, Retail Financial Services Symmetric Key Management
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  • ANSI X9.92-1-2009 (R2017), Public Key Cryptography for the Financial Services Industry Digital Signature Algorithms Giving Partial Message Recovery Part 1: Elliptic Curve Pintsov-Vanstone Signatures (ECPVS)
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  • ASC X9.80:2005 (R2013), Prime Number Generation, Primary Testing and Primality Certificates
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X9.100 Core Check Printer Package

X9.100 Core Check Printer Package

The Core Check Printer package contains the standards necessary for printing compliant checks and deposit tickets. These standards cover the design and manufacturing of checks including paper, magnetic ink codeline placement and testing, background for both front and back (with endorsement areas). Design elements include what you need to know to support successful capture and processing of check information through both MICR and OCR processes. It includes information on sample specification forms that banks typically supply to vendors that fulfill print orders. The following standards are included in this package: X9.100-10-2016 Paper for MICR Documents; X9.100-20-2015 Print and Test Specifications for Magnetic Ink Printing; X9.100-30-2011 (R2017) Optical Measurement Specifications for MICR Documents; X9.100-160-1-2015 Magnetic Ink Printing (MICR) Part 1: Placement and Location; X9.100-160-2-2014 Magnetic Ink (MICR) - Part 2: EPC Field Use; X9.100-110-2015 Document Imaging Compatibility; X9.100-111-2015 Check Endorsements


X9 Designing for Image Compatibility Collection

X9 Designing for Image Compatibility Collection

The collection includes the following standards: 

     
  • X9/TR-100, Organization of Standards for Paper-based and image-based Check Payments - Part 1: Organization of Standards; Part 2: Definitions used in Standards
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  • X9/TR-2, Understanding, Designing and Producing Checks
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  • X9.100-10, Paper for MICR Documents (Formerly X9.18)
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  • X9.7, Bank Check Background and Numerical Convenience Amount Field (HISTORICAL DOCUMENT)
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  • X9.100-160-1, Placement and Location of Magnetic Ink Printing (MICR) (Formerly X9.13)
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  • X9.100-160-2, Placement and Location of Magnetic Ink Printing (MICR) Part 2: EPC Field Use
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  • X9.100-111, Specifications for Check Endorsements (Formerly X9.53-1996)
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Check Image Exchange Basics Collection

Check Image Exchange Basics Collection (Formerly Check 21)

A newly updated collection to allow persons dealing with payments to meet Check 21 requirements. Check Image Compliance Collection contains: :

 
     
  • X9/TR-33 Check Image Quality Assurance Standards and Processes
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  • X9/TR-100 Check Related Payment Standard Part 1: Organization of Standards; Part 2: Definitions used in Standards
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  • X9.100-110 Document Imaging Compatibility (formerly part of X9.7)
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  • X9.100-111 Check Endorsements
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  • X9.100-140 Specifications for an Image Replacement Document (IRD) (formerly DSTU X9.90)
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  • X9.100-160-1 Magnetic Ink Printing (MICR) Part 1: Placement and Location (Formerly X9.13)
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  • X9.100-160-2 Magnetic Ink Printing (MICR) Part 2: EPC Field Use
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  • X9.100-181 TIFF Image Format for Image Exchange
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  • X9.100-187 Electronic Exchange of Check and Image Data
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