GDPR

15 Nov
2018

The Aftershock of GDPR (Part 2)

Tokenization + Security-as-a-Service John Noltensmeyer | Head of Global Privacy and Compliance Solutions, TokenEx Nancy Free | Chief Compliance and Data Privacy Officer In the last blog, we discussed the new GDPR standards, what they mean for organizations and individuals, and the ripple effect as other countries implement similar legislation. With so

13 Nov
2018

The Aftershock of GDPR

John Noltensmeyer | Head of Global Privacy and Compliance Solutions, TokenEx Nancy Free | Head of GRC and Corporate IT This year, information security professionals experienced a significant impact to the industry: The European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Since its implementation on May 25th, the way companies around the globe

27 Jul
2018

How Will GDPR Impact AI-Driven Platforms?

How Will GDPR Impact AI-Driven Platforms? Artificial Intelligence (AI) is top of mind for organizations worldwide because machine learning is replacing manual, human-based computation with higher efficiency and better security at scale. Over forty-seven percent of digitally mature organizations, as well as those that have advanced digital practices, indicate that

20 Jul
2018

Three Takeaways from PCI London 2018

Three Takeaways from PCI London 2018 The latest PCI London event was held on July 5th, 2018 and featured a number of payment card industry experts along with a host of vendors providing PCI compliance and security solutions. TokenEx had the privilege of participating as an Education Seminar Sponsor, affording

26 Jun
2018

Establishing a GDPR Risk Averse Strategy for Your Enterprise

Establishing a GDPR Risk Averse Strategy for Your Enterprise Now that the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) has gone into effect, there is very much a wait and see approach on how the regulation will shake out in regard to lawsuits and non-compliant behavior. Facebook and Google were the first

06 Jun
2018

General Data Protection Regulation: Pseudonymization vs. Anonymization

General Data Protection Regulation: Pseudonymization vs. Anonymization What is Pseudonymization? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now in effect, with strong requirements to protect the personal data of European Union (EU) data subjects “by design and by default.“ Though the GDPR doesn’t contain detailed technical requirements for data security,

26 Apr
2018

How Does Data Sovereignty Impact Collecting Personal Information Through IoT?

How Does Data Sovereignty Impact Collecting Personal Information Through IoT? With the Internet of Things (IoT) connections growing from 8 billion in 2017 to 20 billion by 2020, it is important to understand the potential impact data sovereignty will play for organizations collecting and sharing customers’ personal information. International organizations