Future considerations for tokenization

first_imgby: Brandon KuehlTokenization, or the replacement of sensitive payment data with a unique identifier called a token that cannot be mathematically reversed, has a number of implications for financial institutions (FIs) that issue credit and debit cards.In a recent white paper, “U.S. Participates in the Global Fight Against Card Fraud,” TMG Product Manager Brandon Bogler and I explore those implications and offer insight on how credit unions and community banks are implementing tokenization – and, specifically, Apple Pay – for the protection of digital payment data.In my last blog,  I featured an excerpt from the paper on taking the first steps toward implementing tokenization to supplement EMV in fraud prevention. Below I’ve included another excerpt, specifically looking at future considerations for tokenization.Down the road, as tokenization develops into a more ubiquitous technology, issuers will want to think through two specific business decisions related to tokenization: continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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‘Get Into Your Sanctuary Day’ Approaching Saturday: Learn How You Can Get Involved

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisIt’s National “Get Into Your Sanctuary” Day, Saturday, August 12, modeled after “National Kids to Park” Day, which encourages everyone to explore the nation’s 14 amazing national marine sanctuaries. Stephanie Gandulla shares different ways everyone can come out and explore the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary here in Alpena.Glass-Botton BoatGreat Lakes Martime Heritage CenterCycling or hiking along the Great Lakes Maritime Heritage TrailDiving, Snorkeling and/or Paddling the ShipwrecksSwimmingFishingCollecting Fossils and Rocks along the ShorelinePicnic at the BeachBeach Clean UpAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: get into your sanctuary, NOAA, Thunder Bay National Marine SanctuaryContinue ReadingPrevious Weather & Thunder Bay ShipwrecksNext Local Food Pantry Temporarily Closedlast_img read more

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