Tokenize sensitive data contained in your preferred batch file format



Simple, Secure Batch Processing

  • Process multiple transactions efficiently
  • Remove downstream systems from scope
  • Eliminate the need to store sensitive data
  • Flexible integration with your preferred batch file format
  • Compatible with virtually any business systems or vendors

Batch processing enables you to send large files containing multiple sets of sensitive data to TokenEx for tokenization. Especially valuable when working with large volumes of transactions, batch tokenization is an efficient way to transfer data without requiring you to store it in its sensitive form.

When batch payments process, TokenEx receives your tokenized batch files via SFTP, swaps the tokens with the appropriate data, encrypts the file with the payment processor’s or third party's public key, and then transfers it to the recipient. On the return trip, the payment processor or third party encrypts the settlement files with TokenEx's public key and sends it to TokenEx to be retokenized, preventing sensitive data from re-entering your environment.

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Reduce Your Risk Footprint

West Bend virtually eliminated the risk of data theft without disrupting its existing operations by removing sensitive data from its environment.

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We were looking for opportunities to reduce the impact of a breach, and the way we saw to do that was to eliminate personal financial information that is stored in our systems.

Ryan Dove | Director of Information Security, West Bend Mutual Insurance

How it Works

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  • The examples above display tokenized and detokenized versions of two file types. In a normal batch process, the client sends TokenEx a file to be either tokenized for storage or detokenized for processing. TokenEx then either tokenizes the contents of the file and returns a tokenized file to the client or detokenizes the contents of the file and transmits the detokenized file to the desired endpoint.