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Leveraging the Futurex PKCS #11 Library

by Futurex on March 23rd, 2017

One of the most salient features of Futurex technologies, and what most distinguishes us from competitors, is that we deploy turnkey solutions molded to integrate directly into existing environments with minimal change to existing applications and processes. The Futurex PKCS #11 library is just one tool in our kit to make that possible. 

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Cloud Security Expo 2017

by Futurex on March 17th, 2017

Futurex recently had the pleasure of attending the Cloud Security Expo in London. While there, we spoke on the expanding role of hardened encryption in the cloud and the benefits of the VirtuCrypt Hardened Enterprise Security Cloud platform. This topic was well-received at the expo, where the common, over-arching theme was the extreme importance of security in the cloud environment. This sentiment was echoed time and time again amongst the more than 20,000 industry professionals who attended, both end users and providers alike.

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Security Must Be Considered as Wearables Come to Market

by Futurex on March 17th, 2017

Some of the most fantastical pieces of science fiction revolve around wearable technology—but not all these pieces project a happy world. Where wearable tech inspires innovation and convenience, it likewise inspires deceit and fraud. As leaders in the security industry, we remain constantly vigilant in developing solutions as we watch the industry’s rapid growth. 

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Key Takeaways from the PCI Awareness Training Course

by Futurex on January 23rd, 2017

A core facet of Futurex’s corporate culture is the ability to continually improve one’s own knowledge of the data security industry. From time to time, it can be beneficial for those of us at Futurex to revisit the fundamental concepts that shape what we do. In this vein of committing to improving our own knowledge, I decided to revisit the fundamentals of PCI requirements. To do so, I enrolled in the PCI Training course, which became available at no cost, as part of Global Payment Security Education Week. PCI Data Security Standards are set forth by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) to safeguard cardholder data, and they apply to any organization that has a hand in transmitting cardholder data.

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