PRESERVE YOUR DATA'S WORKABILITY
The right method to implement data-centric security
Always protect what you value most.
Data is your most valuable asset as you become increasingly data-driven.
Reducing the need to expose data allows your business to continue to operate efficiently, comply with regulations, and mitigate risk.Learn more about data-centric security
Does your security travel with your data?
Because if it doesn't, it's unprotected.
Data security that's independent of applications, databases, platforms, and defense perimeters. At rest, in motion, or in use. This is your goal.
Take complete control of sensitive data while lowering compliance costs and significantly reducing the risk of data breaches. That's smart business.
Stop worrying whether data is secure in your protected environment - with tokenization, your data is secure no matter where it is.
Wondering what tokenization is?
Tokenization is a reversible protection mechanism. When applying tokenization, a sensitive data element is substituted by a so-called token. The token itself maps back to the original data element but doesn’t expose any sensitive data.
Stateful vs. stateless
Understand the difference.
You can implement tokenization in various ways and with the help of different approaches.
Some systems use a tokenization vault to map data elements to tokens. For every new data element, a new mapping is created in a database that is constantly growing, making it stateful.
These constant changes decrease performance and need to be synchronized across all instances of the tokenization system.
Go stateless! comforte's stateless tokenization eliminates those limitations and complexities.
Remove the 'sensitive' from sensitive information
And skip the worrying.
Leading enterprises leverage modern tokenization systems to protect all kinds of structured sensitive data such as payment information, healthcare records, personal identifiable information, and other sensitive data elements.
Due to format preservation and referential integrity, your business can operate on tokens instead of clear text data for many use cases and operational workflows.