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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

13 Jul
2017

What is GDPR and Why You Should Know About It. Part 2 of 3

What is GDPR and Why You Should Know About It Part. 2 of 3 In part 1 we discussed what the goal of the Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is, and who is affected. The goal of the GDPR “is … to standardize the data privacy laws across the EU

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

08 Aug
2016

It’s Not Worth the Risk – Remove Toxic PII with Tokenization

It’s Not Worth the Risk – Remove Toxic PII with Tokenization Sometimes the struggle with data security seems like a game of whack-a-mole. Just as you start to get a handle on preventing payment card data breaches, new worries pop up: malware injections, spear phishing schemes, ransomware and other nefarious

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 retailor, 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.

23 Feb
2016

TokenEx Provides Freedom of Choice to Use Multiple PSPs

TokenEx Provides Freedom of Choice to Use Multiple PSPs Without the right integration partner, global organizations face a complicated situation when trying to use multiple Payment Service Providers (PSPs) to conduct business. They may need to tokenize payment data across multiple PSPs for business purposes, such as for in-country settlement.

15 Feb
2016

TLS 1.0 Is Going Away – How Does That Impact JavaScript Browser-Based Encryption?

TLS 1.0 Is Going Away – How Does That Impact JavaScript Browser-Based Encryption? In the early days of the Internet, before e-commerce was a major force, the simple browsers made use of an equally simple security protocol called Transport Layer Security (TLS version 1.0) based on the Secure Socket Layer