Tagged as: tokenization vs encryption

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…

15 Feb
2017

Breach Liability- 3rd Party Vendor Guarantees

Breach Liability- 3rd Party Vendor Guarantees Who is liable in the case of a data breach for your organization? Is it your internal IT team? The 3rd party vendor you chose for fraud prevention, encryption, or tokenization? Enterprise organizations worldwide are looking for their 3rd party vendors to accept full

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

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

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

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

22 Aug
2016

When Malware Threatens Access: Mitigating Risk in a World of Open Doors

When Malware Threatens Access: Mitigating Risk in a World of Open Doors When even software giant Oracle confirms that its Micros POS systems have been infected with malware, it’s time to admit the obvious — no organization or software is invulnerable to data theft. With pervasive web-based platforms, file sharing,

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