Tokenization and Securing Mobile Payments Apps

Tokenization and Securing Mobile Payments Apps

The use of mobile payments is expected to continue to rise and become the second most popular payment method after debit cards by 2022. In 2017, China’s mobile payments market was estimated at $17 trillion. The growth of mobile payments depends totally on the prevention of data breaches, and for this, there is an important technology that should be designed into the mix of security mechanisms: Tokenization.

How Tokenization May Reduce False Declines

How Tokenization May Reduce False Declines

This article discusses how tokenization may reduce false declines with credit card transactions that could negatively impact merchants.

NIST & FIPS Considerations for EMV Tokenization

NIST & FIPS Considerations for EMV Tokenization

In this article, we will review some of the constraints of an EMV tokenization solution when it comes to FIPS and more generally, NIST considerations.

Some of the Technologies Behind Tokenization for Card Transactions and PCI-DSS

Some of the Technologies Behind Tokenization for Card Transactions and PCI-DSS

The EMV consortium released several standards detailing how “network” tokenization should be handled. There is now a general consensus within the consortium that tokenization could be the next major task for EMV payments.

Tokenization in Banking and Financial Services

Tokenization in Banking and Financial Services

Tokenization is a generalized concept of a cryptographic hash. It means representing something by a symbol (‘token’).

The Challenges and advantages of EMV Tokenization

The Challenges and advantages of EMV Tokenization

EMV is short for EUROPAY-VISA-MASTERCARD. This term is used to refer to standards that have been designed to improve the security of credit and debit card transactions by using chip technology for payment cards.

What is Banking-Grade Tokenization According to PCI DSS

What is Banking-Grade Tokenization According to PCI DSS

The concept of a token has been used in the digital world for almost 50 years to separate and protect real data elements from exposure. In recent times, the concept of tokenization has been used as a security mechanism for protecting sensitive data.