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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

12 Apr
2017

Fintech is Solving Problems in Finance, but Introducing Risk – Part 1 of 3

As financial institutions move away from legacy environments to full digitization, they are realizing that they are not able to offer all of the digital financial services because of prohibitive development costs, speed to market, lack of technical resources…

01 Sep
2016

Insurance Industry Has A Big Data Target On Its Back – Cybersecurity Laws to Come

Insurance Industry Has A Big Data Target On Its Back – Cybersecurity Laws to Come Insurance is the proverbial honey-hole for cybercriminals. The wealth of personally identifiable information (PII) sitting inside insurance companies’ environments is staggering. They need this Big Data to analyze buying trends, demographics, and using telematics (constant monitoring/evaluations) to

19 Oct
2015

Overcoming Major Data Security Challenges in Retail Petroleum Part 2

EMV is More Expensive Than You Think As discussed in the previous blog posting, with the sheer amount of transactional data flowing through retail petroleum industry environments, data security presents a challenging series of initiatives to overcome. With multiple technologies touching the payment stream—from the automated fuel dispenser to the

23 Sep
2015

Overcoming Major Data Security Challenges in Retail Petroleum Part 1

Part One of a Three Part Blog:  Understanding Data Security Challenges in the Retail Petroleum Industry Receiving, storing, and transmitting sensitive data presents challenges for every business. One of the riskiest datasets to handle is payment card data, as it is easy to steal, sell, and use for fraudulent purchases. Due