Tagged as: #tokenizationserviceprovider

06 Mar
2018

Blockchain Is Changing How Organizations Secure Transactions – Are There Risks?

Blockchain Is Changing How Organizations Secure Transactions – Are There Risks? The ways in which organizations securely transact currency, contracts, legal and health records, and a host of other common exchanges are about to be disrupted. According to a Juniper Research survey of 400 executives, managers, and tech staff, almost

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

08 Mar
2017

Visa and Mastercard Sharing Tokens – The Impact on Tokenization Service Providers

Mastercard announced at the end of 2016 that it would be partnering with Visa Checkout to share tokens with Masterpass for provisioning. This would allow either wallet to request tokenized payment card information to be used in either system.

14 Oct
2015

Using Fraud Authentication & Tokenization with Layered Security

www.TokenEx.com believes in a layered data security approach. Utilizing a fraud authentication solution with tokenization significantly reduces fraud and PCI compliance/scope. You can’t steal what’s not there, as tokenization removes toxic data from your environment, while fraud authentication lowers chargebacks, card not present fraud, and many other fraud related costs.

25 Aug
2015

Are Global Card Brands Stacking the Deck with EMVco?

The card brands have something up their sleeve with the EMVco network tokenization standards. According to the April 2015 PCI document “Tokenization Product Security Guidelines” EMVco has set proprietary standards on network tokenization. These new suggested proprietary standards obviously benefit the card brands and are intended to create additional barriers