Tokenization: A Buyer’s Guide

Date and time: Tuesday, March 20, 2012 11:00 am

(Pacific Daylight Time: San Francisco, GMT-07:00; Eastern Daylight Time: New York, GMT-04:00)

Tuesday, March 20, 2012 2:00 pm

Panelist(s) Info:

  • Adrian Lane, Security Strategist and CTO, Securosis

  • Patrick Riley, President, Prime Factors

Duration: 1 hour

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Description: We are pleased to announce the third presentation of our webcast series on Tokenization Guidance. In our last session we discussed how you can reduce audit scope and complexity – ultimately reducing your costs – for PCI-DSS compliance. In this webcast we present a buyers’ guide on how to select the right tokenization solution for your environment.

What features should you look for? What are the deployment pitfalls? What sort of pricing models should you expect? “Selecting a Tokenization Solution” is our third and final webcast in this Tokenization Guidance series. Once again, Securosis analyst Adrian Lane will provide unbiased, expert advice on how to address these questions and more. This webinar will expand on what to look for in a tokenization system, what to look for in token types, how to integrate, and other areas of interest, including:

  • Different deployment modules and how to implement them

  • Integration points for implementing tokenization and features you’ll need

  • Options and key considerations when adopting tokenization – in-house or tokenization as a service

  • How to avoid vendor lock-in

  • Migration to a token server and application integration

Mr. Lane is known for being outspoken when it comes to issues in payment security, offering pragmatic advice and covering topics most analyst consider too politically charged to publically discuss. Please join us for an enlightening discussion about how to select a tokenization solution for PCI compliance on Tuesday, March 20, 2012.

For more detailed information on the uses for tokenization for PCI-DSS compliance, read Mr. Lane’s recently authored informative white paper titled, “Tokenization Guidance: How to Reduce PCI Compliance Costs.” The white paper makes an excellent companion to the webinar series and is available as a free download on the Prime Factors website.



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