Simplifying the Tokenization of Diverse Data

Simplifying the Tokenization of Diverse Data

Imagine a scenario where any sensitive data element can be identified, mapped and secured as it moves across various environments, providing an unparalleled level of security continuity so your organization can continue to do business as usual. At the same time, this data is generating increasing returns and reducing costs as well as compliance burden. Sounds too good to be true, right?

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Gone are the days of maintaining complex data mappings with little opportunity to effectively normalize and secure the data. Not to mention, simultaneously trying to meet an ever-increasing compliance burden.

During this digital discussion on September 13th 1:00-2:00pm ET, PYMNTS CEO Karen Webster and Alex Pezold, CEO at TokenEx, will cover:

  1. The challenge of managing disparate data sets within an organization, often shared across multiple systems and duplicated in others
  2. How implementing a flexible data protection strategy now will alleviate data privacy and compliance challenges for years to come
  3. The need to protect additional sensitive data sets beyond just payment card information (PCI)
  4. How most organizations today are increasing the number of channels their customers can use to purchase goods or services, necessitating the need for tokenization of multiple data sets as well as supporting the ability to share this information when required
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