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Protegrity to Highlight Benefits of Vaultless Tokenization for Retailers

Webinar From Data Security Leader Will Explain Differences Between Vault-Based and Vaultless Tokenization and the Impact of Both on PCI Compliance

STAMFORD, CT -- (Marketwire) -- 03/22/12 -- Protegrity USA, Inc., a leading provider of end-to-end data security solutions, is hosting a free webinar on Wednesday, March 28th at 1:00 p.m. ET that will delve into the complexities of PCI compliance for retailers and the role of tokenization in meeting these requirements. The webinar will be conducted by Raul Ortega, head of corporate strategy for Protegrity and a respected expert in the world of data security.

"As retailers continue to struggle with high PCI compliance audit costs, they are looking more and more towards tokenization," said Raul Ortega, Vice President, Business Development and Corporate Strategy, Protegrity. "By replacing sensitive data with inert data called tokens, tokenization removes the need for a cumbersome and expensive vault to store sensitive data. Large retailers around the world such as Preem AB, Sweden's largest oil company and the operator of more than 470 gas stations, have already experienced the benefits of our 'vaultless tokenization' and we anticipate many others will follow their lead in the coming months."

Topics covered in the one-hour webinar include:

  • The differences between vault-based and vaultless tokenization and the impact of these differences on retailers looking to achieve PCI compliance
  • The benefits of using vaultless tokenization in a retail environment
  • Tips for reducing audit time and expenses
  • Retail case studies using vaultless tokenization

Visit http://go.protegrity.com/ReducingyourPCIpainswithVaultlessTokenization_Register.html to register for the webinar.

About Protegrity
Headquartered in Stamford, Conn., Protegrity provides high performance, infinitely scalable, end-to-end data security solutions that protect sensitive information across the enterprise from the point of acquisition to deletion. The company's award-winning software products span a variety of data protection methods, including end-to-end encryption, tokenization, masking, and monitoring and are backed by several important data protection technology patents. Currently, more than 200 enterprise customers worldwide rely on Protegrity's comprehensive data security solutions to enable compliance for PCI-DSS, HIPAA and other data protection mandates while protecting sensitive data, brand, and business reputation. For more information, please visit http://www.protegrity.com.

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