Tagged as: Securing PII

18 Jan
2017

Don’t be Next – Securing Usernames and Passwords with Tokenization

Don’t be Next – Securing Usernames and Passwords with Tokenization Yahoo- 1 Billion, Myspace– 427 Million, Oracle’s Micros- 330 Million, Ashley Madison– 300 Million, LinkedIn- 167 Million, Dropbox- 68 million: these are the amounts of exposed usernames, passwords, and numerous pieces of valuable PII breached in 2016. What’s incredible is

21 Dec
2016

Managing Data – Not All Tokenization Is Equal Part 3 of 3

Managing Data – Not All Tokenization Is Equal Part 3 of 3 If you are currently tokenizing only payment card data sets, you are putting your organization in harm’s way to a degree you may not even realize. The long-term impact of not securing ALL data sets will prove very different-

21 Oct
2016

Exposing Customer PII Has Lifetime Impact

Exposing Customer PII Has Lifetime Impact Negligence, personal injury, breach of contract, consumer protection, invasion of privacy, and data breach notification are terms you’ll need to familiarize yourself with as you enter the new landscape of exposing valuable customer information. Data Breaches get uglier by the day, and with each