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Allant implemented the TokenEx Cloud Security Platform to secure sensitive data and benefited by moving its storage to the cloud and dramatically reducing risk.
Astute used TokenEx's iFrame to capture sensitive data before it entered Astute's production SaaS environment, minimizing PCI scope while still allowing its customers to store sensitive data.
Without a secure way of accepting payment data from booking engines and channel managers, Avon's hotel-management system had a gap in functionality. Here's how TokenEx helped.
Learn how to prepare for California’s sweeping new privacy law.
How to prepare your organization for the U.S.’s first comprehensive data privacy law.
The California Consumer Privacy Act is a new regulation for the use of consumers’ personal data. Tokenization can help protect this data in accordance with legislation’s requirements.
TokenEx's Cloud Security Platform secured Configio’s ecommerce offering, enabling flexible functionality via our omnichannel acceptance, open integration, and Transparent Gateway.
Learn how to reduce the scope of PCI compliance via a data-centric descoping strategy.
By combining encryption, tokenization, and cloud data vaulting, Discount Tire removed customers’ PCI data from its business systems, reducing the scope and cost of PCI compliance and the risk of data breaches.
Learn the five things you need to know about this influential industry regulation.
By combining tokenization and SECaaS for a complete security solution, customers of Armor and TokenEx can safely meet multiple compliance obligations and keep up with the ever-shifting cybersecurity and regulatory landscapes.
Globalfaces Direct implemented the TokenEx Cloud Security Platform and benefited from enabling multi-channel payment acceptance, increasing visibility in reporting, and significantly reducing risk and compliance.
Learn about NACHA's upcoming supplementing data security requirements and how to meet them.
Inflection integrated tokenization to protect customer data, reducing the cost of security and compliance in the process.
Tokenization integrated with fraud detection is a keystone to a layered security approach that protects against data theft, minimizes PCI compliance costs, and controls payment card fraud.
Learn how to stack tokenization and fraud prevention to protect payments occurring on mobile applications.
By using tokenization to remove payment card information from interactions between customers and live or automated agents, organizations can greatly reduce the cost of PCI compliance.
Learn how TokenEx increased donations with omnichannel payment acceptance
MRC Global used enterprise-level tokenization to protect all sensitive data stored in its internal IT systems, reducing the scope of PCI compliance while virtually eliminating the risk of data theft.
Learn how tokenization can satisfy NACHA's supplementing data security requirements, enabling you to protect ACH data in addition to PCI.
Orvis initiated a thoughtful overhaul of its three commerce channels, using tokenization on each to ensure its customers’ personal information was protected from data breaches and theft.
An effective way to ensure you’re meeting compliance obligations as efficiently as possible is to descope your cardholder data environment (CDE) via tokenization.
Learn how to simplify your path to meeting the requirements of the PCI DSS.
Learn how to reduce the scope of PCI compliance to simplify audits and assessments for QSAs and ISAs.
For better flexibility, value, scope reduction, and security, we recommend working with a proven tokenization provider that specializes in data protection and focuses on providing the best possible security services.
Relevant Mobile used tokenization to seamlessly support the way its restaurant clients interacted with the dozens of processors and gateways involved in verifying real-time transactions.
Learn how TokenEx can protect Eurozone customers and help them comply with international regulations.
Tokenization offers virtually unlimited flexibility in how you store, access, and secure your sensitive data sets—all without interrupting business processes.
Tokenizing your cardholder data (CHD) and other types of payment card information (PCI) is an effective way to protect your organization from data breaches and comply with the PCI DSS.
Tokenizing personally identifiable information (PII) and other types of private data is an effective way to protect your organization from data breaches and comply with privacy regulations like the GDPR.
Tokenization can simplify the process of evaluating a cardholder data environment for PCI DSS compliance by reducing the scope and breadth of an assessment.
Both tokenization and encryption technologies have long been integral tools for data security, but encryption alone is not a secure solution.
Our flexible tokenization methods and token schemes helped our insurance customers meet their security and compliance needs for their massive volumes of policyholder data.
TSD Web implemented tokenization and cloud data vaulting into its environment to minimize its level of PCI DSS exposure.
Learn how to build a comprehensive data-centric security solution.
Learn how IRM and tokenization can help organizations minimize risk and streamline their compliance
Tokenization removes sensitive data from your business systems and replaces it with an undecipherable token, storing the original data in a secure cloud data vault.