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Enterprise customers can greatly reduce or eliminate their compliance exposure by using tokenization – the replacement of sensitive data with a token that has similar characteristics, but no value.
Alliance Token Manager allows enterprise customers and payment system vendors to reduce the risks associated with data loss and meet compliance regulations.
By tokenizing data, organizations can reduce the chance of losing sensitive information – credit card numbers, social security numbers, banking information, and other types of PII.
Learn five practical ways to reduce the financial impact of complying with: PCI, HIPAA, SOX, and State privacy laws.
Reduce the security weakness of relying on passwords or passphrases as the primary and only authentication mechanism.
Factor Authentication (2FA) is helping organizations improve the security of their core business applications. By using SMS text or voice validation, rather than a security token, businesses can easily enhance their security in a cost-effective way.
Learn about: Why the IBM i isn't as secure as you think, the different methods for two factor authentication, and how by using SMS or voice validation businesses can easily enhance their security in a cost-effective way.
Download this white paper to learn: Why the IBM i may not be as secure as you think, the need for verification on the IBM i, and how to meet compliance requirements (PCI DSS, FFIEC, etc.)
Transport Layer Security (TLS) and content encryption can both be used to secure email communications.