When it comes to security, you can’t afford to take risks. At Liaison, our legacy of innovation shows in our tokenization solutions. We delivered the first on-premise data security software that integrates strong encryption, centralized key management and a new variation on tokenization — Format Preserving Tokenization™ — into one solution. Built on our unique architecture, it’s specifically engineered for enterprises that need the highest level of data security.
We are also one of the first companies to provide tokenization-as-a-service (TaaS). With Liaison’s TaaS offering, we manage your tokenization process in the cloud to give you tremendous reductions in cost and management resources while increasing security and referential integrity.
Improving Data Security with Tokenization
Whether you choose to deploy Liaison’s on-premise tokenization products or employ our TaaS offering, you will enjoy benefits such as:
- Reduced compliance scope and costs: By leveraging our Format Preserving Tokenization technology, Liaison reduces the scope and cost of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance audits.
- Increased security, less work: Liaison’s industry-leading tokenization model extends additional encryption and key management capabilities to replace sensitive data with data surrogates (tokens). These can be safely used by any application or database without risk of exposing sensitive data. With Format Preserving Tokenization, tokens that maintain the length and format of the original data can be generated for all types of sensitive data.
- Centralized storage of encrypted data for minimal risk: By centralizing the storage of encrypted data into a secure data vault, Liaison’s tokenization solutions significantly minimize the number of locations where sensitive data resides.
- Accessibility via a Web-based interface: Liaison leverages a browser-based interface for simple, real-time system administration, policy management and reporting. This interface also generates security events over Syslog that can be routed to any Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) device for analysis, long-term storage and forensics.