Derived Unique Token per Transaction

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Tokenization protects underlying sensitive values (USV) by substituting a pseudonym for storage or processing. However, static tokens increase risk to the USV as they tend to be long-term, stored in databases, reused by applications or detokenized by applications that need the original USV. This session will describe an alternative called derived unique token per transaction (DUTPT).

Learning Objectives:
1: Understand basic tokenization methods.
2: Understand payment vs. nonpayment tokenization.
3: Understand DUTPT method.
Jeff Stapleton


VP Security Architect, Wells Fargo

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