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09 Feb
2018

4 Takeaways from the PCI London 2018 Conference

4 Takeaways from the PCI London 2018 Conference PCI London 2018 was a truly transformative event for gaining an understanding of how UK- and EU-based organizations are securing their payment card data and personal information. While the focus at the event was certainly on PCI (Payment Card Information) compliance, and

25 Jan
2018

Yes, GDPR Really is a Top Priority in the United States

Yes, GDPR Really is a Top Priority in the United States The Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is not only front-of-mind for European Union (EU)-based organizations, but, according to Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC), over half of United States’ multinationals say GDPR is their top data-protection priority. Of the 200 survey

10 Oct
2017

SEPA, PSD2, GDPR, Oh My! How Do They Interconnect, and How does TokenEx Facilitate? Part 1 of 3

SEPA, PSD2, GDPR, Oh My! How Do They Interconnect, and How does TokenEx Facilitate? Part 1 of 3 The European Union (EU) and partnering countries are leading the way in payments innovation with the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA ) and the Payments Service Directive 2 (PSD2). Why was SEPA

27 Jul
2017

What is GDPR and Why You Should Pay Attention. Part 3 of 3

What is GDPR and Why You Should Pay Attention. Part 3 of 3 GDPR is the new EU Data Protection initiative that affects all organizations doing business in EU and partnering countries. In part 2 of this blog series, we discussed the most important aspect of GDPR–consent. Once you have

22 Jun
2017

What Is GDPR and Why You Should Know About It. Part 1 of 3

What Is GDPR and Why You Should Know About It. Part 1 of 3 With the increased number of global data breaches focusing on PII (Personally Identifiable Information), The EU (European Union) and Great Britain have promulgated the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), delineating how the personal information of EU

29 Oct
2015

European Union High Courts Strike Down Safe Harbor – TokenEx is Prepared

Recently the European Union’s (EU) Highest Court struck down Safe Harbor, an agreement between the United States and the EU regarding the sharing of data between the regions for business purposes. From reports, there are approximately 4,500 US organizations that will be impacted by this ruling, including data vault and