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By leveraging TokenEx as a proxy through which Acima could tokenize with any processor it so chose, Acima addressed its issues surrounding flexibility, affordability, and redundancy.
Learn how to prepare for California’s sweeping new privacy law.
Learn how cloud tokenization and proper data collection practices can help you meet the data privacy requirements of CCPA.
How to prepare your organization for the U.S.’s first comprehensive data privacy law.
Learn how focusing your cybersecurity efforts on granular data protection can help simplify compliance and facilitate business operations.
Learn how to reduce the scope of PCI compliance via a data-centric descoping strategy.
Learn about the data-oriented privacy strategy of de-identification, specifically de-identification via tokenization.
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.
To combat concerns surrounding the protection of our sensitive personal data, legislative and regulatory bodies have begun to establish laws and requirements for the handling of personal information.
Due to its superior security, flexibility, and simplicity, tokenization has been widely adopted by organizations across the globe to address concerns surrounding data protection and regulatory compliance.
Learn about NACHA's upcoming supplementing data security requirements and how to meet them.
Learn how to stack tokenization and fraud prevention to protect payments occurring on mobile applications.
Learn how tokenization can satisfy NACHA's supplementing data security requirements, enabling you to protect ACH data in addition to PCI.
This resource covers the history of NACHA, important aspects of its Operating Rules and Guidelines, a review of its recent updates, and how tokenization can help reduce risk and simplify compliance.
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.
By working with TokenEx to create a cloud token environment independent of its internal systems and PSP, Pay N Seconds was able to retain ownership of its tokens, leverage those tokens to build consumer profiles for future payments, and reduce the scope and cost of PCI compliance.
Regardless of your reason for seeking compliance or your existing knowledge of the PCI DSS, TokenEx can help. In this guide, you’ll find initial steps and strategies for reducing the complexity and cost of compliance—and ultimately achieving it.
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.
Learn how TokenEx can protect Eurozone customers and help them comply with international regulations.
TokenEx’s Cloud Data Protection Platform enabled Snaptravel to support an integral part of its business via the tokenization provider’s ability to interact with credit card data from third parties.
Learn how TokenEx helped Tablet instantly reduce its PCI footprint while providing the flexibility to preserve its existing operations.
Learn the risks of using a processor's tokenization and other supplementary services.
Learn how tokenization can resolve your exposure to cyberattacks and optimize your insurance protection via its risk-reducing capabilities for data security.
How Account Updater refreshes card-on-file data to reduce processing failures and improve the rate of successful automatic payments and other repeat transactions.
Both tokenization and encryption technologies have long been integral tools for data security, but encryption alone is not a secure solution.
Learn how to build a comprehensive data-centric security solution.
Learn how IRM and tokenization can help organizations minimize risk and streamline their compliance
Learn how removing sensitive personal and payment data from internal systems minimizes risk by eliminating the impact of a breach