Omni-channel Tokenization Keeps PCI Secure
Jessica Rosa - Fiserv, Louise Cowan - River Island
May 12, 2021
Jessica Rosa of Fiserv and Louise Cowan of River Island discuss consumer PCI data, and the obligation of merchants to defend and protect this valuable resource. Because it allows fraudsters and cybercriminals to steal identifies, purchase goods, and even take out loans, PCI data is often sold on the dark web. To prevent this, merchants are utilizing tools such as omni-channel tokenization and other token technologies to not only increase security across all channels, but to provide additional customer insights along with advantages to the customer.
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