People, Process Technology — Part 2

by Futurex on August 12th, 2015

Futurex understands that no two organizations are alike in their IT infrastructures and business objectives. With this in mind, we have distinguished ourselves in the industry with our ability to develop and implement custom projects and joint development initiatives in a cost-effective, reliable, standards-compliant, and timely manner.

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Increasing the ROI of your HSM Infrastructure: Tokenization

by Futurex on August 4th, 2015

Many industries need to collect and store the personally identifiable information of their customers. PCI DSS best practices recommend that one of the best ways to provide security is to never store clear information unless absolutely necessary. Whenever information is collected or stored in the clear, there exists risk of compromise, but tokenization can provide mitigation for this risk.

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Increasing the ROI of your HSM Infrastructure: Point-to-Point Encryption

by Futurex on July 23rd, 2015

Have you considered all of the functions that your hardware security module can fulfill? An HSM is a significant purchase that should not be taken lightly, but if you consult industry professionals during your decision process, you can ensure a significant return on your investment. A hardware security module can easily integrate into your current infrastructure and considerably increase the security of your IT environment. In our whitepaper, Increasing the Return on Investment of Your Hardware Security Module, we help you develop a holistic plan for tailoring your HSM’s functionality to your business’s needs. This blog post will take a look at one of the HSM’s many capabilities.

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People, Process Technology — Part 1

by Futurex on July 15th, 2015

Futurex’s Solutions Architects have years of experience and a wealth of knowledge regarding the intricacies of data security best practices and regulatory measures. Solutions Architects have earned their experience through successfully implementing data security solutions—including custom, enterprise-class solutions—as well as acquiring industry certifications. Solutions Architects working with clients in the financial industry must achieve the Certified TR-39 Auditor (CTGA) designation. Further, our Solutions Architects and engineering team have all earned bachelor’s degrees or higher in computer science, engineering, network security, information technology, and other related fields.

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