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Recoverable & Non-Recoverable Tokens
Administrators can refine on a case-by-case basis whether they want to use recoverable or non-recoverable tokens. A recoverable token allows retrieval of the original sensitive data from an encrypted archive. A non-recoverable token does not store the original sensitive data. By not storing the original card number you eliminate the chance of data theft.
Create Masked Tokens
There are several options for creating masked tokens: Mask using the last 4 digits, the first 5 digits, the first 6 digits or mask using the first 2 and last 4 digits. This flexibility allows organizations to retain some parts of the original personally identifiable information.
Alliance FTP Manager includes a tokenization server option that allows you to completely separate the token database from your protected data, and implement a central repository for tokens across the entire Enterprise. You can tokenize information using a Windows® application and then use the token across Linux®, UNIX®, IBM i® (AS/400®), and IBM z® (mainframe) platforms.
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. Using tokens maintains the data relationships in application systems, eliminates sensitive data from production, test, and QA environments, and provides a much smaller target for data thieves.
The use of tokenization by payment vendors can also greatly reduce the data protection responsibility of their merchant customers. Alliance Token Manager for IBM® PureSystems™ is a complete implementation of tokenization including an independent and encrypted repository accessible by any authorized application in the Enterprise. It can be used by Enterprise customers and payment system vendors to provide a secure, scalable repository of tokens.
Recoverable and Non-Recoverable Tokens
Define on a case-by-case basis whether you want to use recoverable or non-recoverable tokens.
Helps Meet Regulatory Compliance
Satisfy PCI DSS, HIPAA, State Privacy, GLBA, and Federal FISMA requirements.
Integrated Compliance Logging
Record all token activity to meet compliance reporting requirements.
NIST Certified Encryption
Alliance solutions provide comprehensive protection of original data with NIST-certified 256-bit AES encryption and NIST FIPS-140 certified key management.
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