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04 Jun
2018

Enough of PCI, how do we get our company out of scope?

Enough of PCI, how do we get our company out of scope? For years now, your organization has been working on achieving and maintaining PCI compliance.  Year after year, a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) comes on-site to assess your environment.  Sometimes, if you’re lucky, that QSA is the same person

01 May
2018

5 Takeaways RSA 2018

5 Takeaways RSA 2018 As more than 50,000 people descended upon San Francisco to learn about more cybersecurity, the event could easily just pass out of mind in a blur of booths, faces, slogans, and jumbled snippets of information. I think it is important to take a step back to

23 Apr
2018

Why is IoT Sensor Data Security Such a Hot Topic for Organizations Worldwide? Part 2 of 2

Why is IoT Sensor Data Security Such a Hot Topic for Organizations Worldwide? Part 2 of 2 In part 1 of this blog series we covered how the IoT (Internet of Things) creates a vast multi-point attack surface that can be the Achilles heel of connected devices, potentially revealing personal

03 Apr
2018

5 Takeaways from IAPP Global Privacy Summit

5 Takeaways from IAPP Global Privacy Summit The IAPP Global Privacy Summit was held last week in Washington, DC. TokenEx had the privilege of participating in the Summit as a sponsoring vendor.  It was refreshing to get exposed to so many great people, ideas, and developments in this exciting space.

16 Nov
2017

SEPA, PSD2, GDPR, Oh My! How Do They Interconnect, and How does TokenEx Facilitate? Part 3 of 3

SEPA, PSD2, GDPR, Oh My! How Do They Interconnect, and How does TokenEx Facilitate? Part 3 of 3 In part 1 of this blog series we covered the basics of the new European directives and how they interconnect. In part 2, we covered how the landscape of European payments is

03 Nov
2017

Format Preserving Encryption and NIST 800-38G.  What You Need to Know.

Format Preserving Encryption and NIST 800-38G.  What You Need to Know. In April (2017) a cryptanalytic attack was discovered on the FF3 method for Format Preserving Encryption (FPE) by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology). As a result, FF3 was declared no longer suitable as a general purpose FPE

01 Nov
2017

SEPA, PSD2, GDPR, Oh My! How Do They Interconnect, and How does TokenEx facilitate? Part 2 of 3

SEPA, PSD2, GDPR, Oh My! How Do They Interconnect, and How does TokenEx facilitate? Part 2 of 3 In Part 1 of this blog series we covered the basics of the directives and how they interconnect. In this edition we will dive into the details of the development of instant