Tagged as: tokenization

02 Apr
2018

Why is IoT Sensor Data Security Such a Hot Topic for Organizations Worldwide? Part 1 of 2

Why is IoT Sensor Data Security Such a Hot Topic for Organizations Worldwide? Part 1 of 2 If you think about it, “smart” devices are having an increasingly significant impact of our lives. Whether it’s a cellular phone or tablet, a wearable health monitor, or a series of in-home devices

29 Mar
2018

Leveraging ISO/IEC Data Security Standards to Prepare for GDPR

Leveraging ISO/IEC Data Security Standards to Prepare for GDPR The deadline for your organization to get compliant for the EU GDPR (European Union General Data Protection Regulation) is right around the corner. Understanding where your data is today, and developing a process to provide consent or the right to be

28 Feb
2018

TokenEx and Cloud Constellation Corporation Offering Market Disruptive Space-Based Tokenization Data Vault Services

TokenEx and Cloud Constellation Corporation Offering Market Disruptive Space-Based Tokenization Data Vault Services Customers Will be Able to Execute Transactions with an Unprecedented Reduction of Data Breach Risk TokenEx was founded by two Qualified Security Assessors (QSAs) as a Cloud Data Protection Platform, providing tokenization, encryption, and data vaulting as

12 Feb
2018

Understanding the IoT Digital Attack Surface and Threat Mitigation

Understanding the IoT Digital Attack Surface and Threat Mitigation The IoT (Internet of Things) continues to grow, which in turn expands your organization’s attack surface. That’s because the more “things” you connect to your business network, the more data is collected and the more endpoints there are to safeguard. According

09 Feb
2018

4 Takeaways from the PCI London 2018 Conference

4 Takeaways from the PCI London 2018 Conference PCI London 2018 was a truly transformative event for gaining an understanding of how UK- and EU-based organizations are securing their payment card data and personal information. While the focus at the event was certainly on PCI (Payment Card Information) compliance, and

03 Nov
2017

Format Preserving Encryption and NIST 800-38G.  What You Need to Know.

Format Preserving Encryption and NIST 800-38G.  What You Need to Know. In April (2017) a cryptanalytic attack was discovered on the FF3 method for Format Preserving Encryption (FPE) by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology). As a result, FF3 was declared no longer suitable as a general purpose FPE

01 Nov
2017

SEPA, PSD2, GDPR, Oh My! How Do They Interconnect, and How does TokenEx facilitate? Part 2 of 3

SEPA, PSD2, GDPR, Oh My! How Do They Interconnect, and How does TokenEx facilitate? Part 2 of 3 In Part 1 of this blog series we covered the basics of the directives and how they interconnect. In this edition we will dive into the details of the development of instant