Combining encryption and tokenization is often the best data protection strategy for IBM i-centric organizations that want to reduce risk substantially and lower compliance costs.
Written by Gary Palgon
A few years ago, data security was largely a matter of providing firewall protection for the network and sending sensitive data from Point A to Point B through a secure connection. Today, with the plethora of data security industry mandates, data privacy laws, high-profile data breaches, and ever-savvy cybercriminals changing their attack strategies, organizations have much more at stake. Reducing the risk of a data breach is paramount for meeting compliance regulations, maintaining customer loyalty, and protecting the brand.
High availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) are part of a combined strategy for reducing or eliminating the impact of planned downtime and unplanned outages, and for ensuring application availability and business continuity.