The company that offered the first tokenization-in-a-box solution pushes for industry standards for an emerging technology.
Written by Chris Smith
Security is becoming more complicated with the increased oversight of industry and government, and with this complexity companies are seeing significant additional costs—tens, or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in auditing costs alone, not to mention new security system solutions and the personnel to set up and maintain them.
Tools for auditing security events and certifying compliance with regulations and standards have become part of the IT landscape—and a way to save money.
Written by John Ghrist
After several notorious accounting scandals around the turn of the millennium, the U.S. Congress passed laws designed to force enterprises to do what common sense should have already dictated: keep a better watch over sensitive corporate data. Ever since, IT departments everywhere have had to endure periodic minor invasions of auditors looking into how systems and data are protected, as well as looking into the age-old question of the accuracy of the accounts.