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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,

23 Feb
2018

Utilizing the PCI DSS and NIST Regulations to Prepare for the GDPR

Utilizing the PCI DSS and NIST Regulations to Prepare for the GDPR Data privacy and data security are among the biggest and increasingly complex challenges facing organizations today. Most organizations are attempting to deal with these challenges against a backdrop of international data transfers and data processing, while trying to

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

06 Nov
2015

Tokenization Vs Encryption – 4 Quick Takeaways

1) How do you describe the differences between tokenization and encryption? Encryption takes the original value of sensitive data and through mathematics, generates a new value. The mathematics is what makes this value secure. Ultimately, the recipient needs the real value, so a key that supports the mathematics is shared