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    TokenEx is a company that provides cloud tokenization, encryption, and data vaulting through its platform. It works with data types including PCI, PHI, PII, ACH, etc. The company offers its services to business enterprises for financial data security.
    HQLondon, GB
    Employee Ratings4.4

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    Employees (est.) (Oct 2021)67
    Cybersecurity ratingCMore
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    Key People/Management at TokenEx

    Alex Pezold

    Alex Pezold

    Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
    Justin Stanley

    Justin Stanley

    Chief Technology Officer
    Matthew Meehan

    Matthew Meehan

    Chief Operating Officer
    Ward Holloway

    Ward Holloway

    Vice President of Alliances and Channels
    Jeffrey Rudd

    Jeffrey Rudd

    Chief Financial Officer
    John Noltensmeyer

    John Noltensmeyer

    Chief Technology Officer, Head of Privacy and Compliance Solutions
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    TokenEx Office Locations

    TokenEx has offices in London and Edmond
    London, GB (HQ)
    90 Long Acre
    Edmond, OK, US
    3825 NW 166th St c1
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    TokenEx Financials and Metrics

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    TokenEx latest funding size

    $250 k
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    TokenEx Cybersecurity Score

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    TokenEx News and Updates

    Tokenization Market Growth Trends with $6823.7 Million of Industry Revenue by 2027 - OpenText Corporation, Sequent Software Inc, TokenEx, Thales Group, Visa

    According to the new research report titled “Tokenization Market Forecast to 2027 - COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis,” published by The Insight Partners, the global tokenization market is expected to reach US$ 6,823.7 million by 2027, registering a CAGR of 25.7% during 2020–2027, the forecast per…

    TokenEx Blogs

    Cybersecurity & Toilet Tank Repair: They Don't Have to Stink

    Do you know what cybersecurity and toilet tank repair have in common—other than occasionally involving some extremely unpleasant 💩? They both share October as their national awareness month. 

    Fly TokenEx to upgrade to first-class payment protection

    Airlines and travel companies need to be able to accept payment data simply and securely. Pretty much all businesses do. But that’s a lot easier said than done.

    TokenEx Adds Network Tokenization to its Cloud Data Protection Platform

    New functionality increases the breadth of payments capabilities, minimizes fraud, and establishes a frictionless experience for consumers EDMOND, OK – Sept. 10, 2021 – To provide greater security and protection to consumer data amid an unprecedented rise in ecommerce transactions, Toke…

    A Guide to Understanding Network Tokenization

    What is network tokenization? Network tokenization is a type of payment card tokenization offered by the payments network—Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, etc.—that replaces primary account numbers (PANs) and other card details with a token issued by the card brand.

    How to Recover from a Data Breach

    You’ve Been Breached—Now What? The number of breaches and their costs have been increasing in the past couple of years due to the rise in online payments and other digital interactions. Because more of these activities are occurring digitally, it’s become more difficult for organization…

    How Can 3DS Authentication Enhance My Payments Flow?

    As the rapid growth of ecommerce platforms and digital payments continue, the amount of card-not-present (CNP) transactions have increased. While this can provide extra convenience for the cardholder, merchants must make sure they are engaging with digital channels to manage activity, in…
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    TokenEx Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was TokenEx founded?

      TokenEx was founded in 2010.

    • Who are TokenEx key executives?

      TokenEx's key executives are Alex Pezold, Justin Stanley and Matthew Meehan.

    • How many employees does TokenEx have?

      TokenEx has 67 employees.

    • Who are TokenEx competitors?

      Competitors of TokenEx include Venafi, AttackIQ and GoSecure.

    • Where is TokenEx headquarters?

      TokenEx headquarters is located at 90 Long Acre, London.

    • Where are TokenEx offices?

      TokenEx has offices in London and Edmond.

    • How many offices does TokenEx have?

      TokenEx has 2 offices.