Encryption and Tokenisation

Encryption And Tokenisation satisfies industry mandates and legal requirements associated with protecting sensitive data in SaaS cloud applications.

Encryption is the process of using an algorithmic scheme to transform plain text information into a non-readable form called ciphertext (a key).

Tokenisation is the process of randomly generating a substitute value, or token, that is used in place of real data, where the token is not computationally derived in any way, shape or form from the original data value. The most common form of tokenisation uses a highly secure lookup table (called a vault) to keep track of the relationships between real data and the substitute token value.

  • Symantec – Encryption and tokenisation

    by Symantec
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    Nikki Benge, ICT Business Manager,
    Elmbridge Borough Council