Qwantum Secure Cards Support

Brochure - By Product

Qwantum Card Brochure - PN D998200315

Token generation that secures your digital transaction environments for payments, data, access, and so much more

Qwantum Private Messaging - D998200464

Qwantum Private Messaging is an app that delivers "Privacy as a Service" to its Club Members. Download the brochure to learn more.

Brochure - Family

MagTek Hardware and Magensa Gateway Solutions Product Catalog - D998200523

Welcome to the 2024 product catalog. MagTek sells to VARs, ISOs, ISVs, resellers, distributors, and directly to customers. Contact MagTek or your service provider to order. Founded in 1972, MagTek is a leading manufacturer of electronic systems for the reliable issuance, reading, transmission, and security of cards, barcodes, checks, PINs, and identification documents.

Qwantum Brief Overview - PN D998200527

A Brief Overview for Qwantum Private Messaging Club Members (Users) and their Guests

WHITE PAPER - Overview and Industry

Qwantum Media Solutions White Paper - PN D998200317

Qwantum Media is a division of MagTek that supplies Cards or Tokens, in various shapes and materials. The devices cannot be cloned or altered, do not contain a PAN or sensitive data, and provide Qwantum Authentication Codes.


Qwantum Private Messaging, Use Case, Overview and Operation - D998200528

This document provides the use cases for Qwantum PM. Club Members can use the application to encrypt almost any kind of data. The encrypted data can be saved to a file and stored locally, in the cloud, or in the Apple Wallet, wherever you choose. You can also redact, encrypt and replace sensitive data within a form or document. The Qwantum Private Messaging service can also send the encrypted data directly to your designated recipients by email. This powerfully secure service gives you the privacy and peace of mind you deserve with the convenience you need.

Qwantum Private Messaging, White Paper - D998200486

This white paper explains Qwantum Private Messaging and how it fits into the historical context. Excerpt, "From a practical standpoint, it should now be reasonable to assume that everything shared via any form of electronic communications is now intercepted, collected, and analyzed by Criminal organizations, threat-actors, Governments, and BigTech. The potential threats to Intellectual Property, Freedom of the Press, Medical Privacy, and Strategic Business interests are obvious..."