Resources tagged with “Security”

 
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The security of our customers’ data is of paramount importance to our business.  We are one of the most trusted security product providers in the world and continue to lead the way in making...
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BAPI is a premier event, held for senior decision-makers and executives from some of the world’s most renowned brands and organizations. As businesses confront the same challenges of ongoing growth...
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Business intelligence and analytics enhance the value of data, allowing insights to be shared between applications and partners.  But how do you secure data when it is shared across multiple...
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Download the full product brief here -  OAuth2-Consultation-and-Implementation-Service.pdfThe Intel® Mashery™ OAuth2 Service Offering is about understanding and assessing our valued customers’ OAuth2...
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PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) is a widely accepted data security standard that applies internationally to any organization that accepts, captures, stores, transmits or...
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This guide is designed for PCI DSS compliance officers, PCI qualified security assessors, and other security professionals who are evaluating tokenization asa technology to reduce risk and minimize...
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In our constantly evolving Digital Age, where virtually all professionals face increasing pressure to demonstrate ROI, the old saying, "You can't manage what you don't measure,” holds particularly...
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Innovation in the healthcare industry seems to face a constant uphill battle. Doctors are relatively conservative, many processes are manual, and patients continually feel like they have to fill out...
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Coca-Cola Enterprises' CTO Kevin Flowers shows how APIs enable multiple units within the business and how API management delivers security, governance, and ease of use to the program. With APIs, Coca...
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As a provider of a SaaS product, our customers and their partners entrust us to handle their valuable data.  We take that very seriously.  We’d be out of business if we didn’t.   We started an effort...

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