Tagged as: tokenization and encryption

02 Nov
2016

Securing and Tokenizing Sensitive Data with Browser Based Encryption

Securing and Tokenizing Sensitive Data with Browser Based Encryption Your e-commerce and mobile payment channels are probably the most important ways your organization takes payments.  Countless hours are invested in these technologies to ensure your customers have the best buying experience possible while interacting with your digital assets.  Because of

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

20 Jul
2016

No Revenue Interruptions – Tokenization Credit Card Updater Services

No Revenue Interruptions – Tokenization Credit Card Updater Services Right, wrong, or indifferent, companies want to store payment card information – or tokens that represent payment card information – to facilitate business and growth.  While the days of storing the Primary Account Number as the primary key in a database

05 Jul
2016

Forget EMV — We Want Secure Mobile Payments

Forget EMV — We Want Secure Mobile Payments I think everyone in the payments industry is equally frustrated with the move to EMV. The sheer cost of implementation is prohibitive for organizations, and that’s not even considering the lack of security inherent in EMV, but nevertheless EMV continues to be

16 Jun
2016

Browser Based Encryption vs. Hosted Tokenization Page – An Issue of Control

Browser Based Encryption vs. Hosted Tokenization Page – An Issue of Control While E-Commerce tokenization solutions reduce the cost and scope of PCI compliance, a more important benefit is they remove toxic data from your environment, so that when a breach does occur, the result is simply: No Data, No

25 May
2016

Not all Tokens Are Created Equal – Cross Domain Tokenization Creates Major Risks

Not all Tokens Are Created Equal – Cross Domain Tokenization Creates Major Risks Tokenization has taken hold as the best way to remove toxic data from organizations’ business and IT environments. But not all tokenization solutions provide equal protection. Many tokenization solutions are designed and implemented without taking customers’ organizational

16 May
2016

The Case for Volume-based Vs Transaction Pricing for Tokenization

The Case for Volume-based Vs Transaction Pricing for Tokenization Whether your organization is an online merchant, a storefront retailer, a non-profit charity organization, or a university bursar’s office, you are familiar with the growing costs of using payment service providers (PSPs) that take a healthy cut from every payment transaction.