A major Italian banking and financial services corporation, with thousands of branches spread throughout the European Union, including Austria, Germany, and Bulgaria, among others.
A major Italian bank performed a consolidation of all European operational data sources to Italy.
This meant protecting Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in compliance with the EU Cross Border Data Protection Laws, specifically Datenschutzgesetz 2000 (DSG 2000) in Austria, and Bundesdatenschutzgesetz in Germany.
This required access to Austrian and German customer data to be restricted to only requesters in each respective country.
Finally, due to the consolidation, protection needed to be adapted to be compatible with multiple data types and a variety of systems, including SAS, Mainframe, and ERP.
Protegrity implemented Vaultless Tokenization services locally, to de-identify new and existing PII at source banking entities before transfer to HQ.
Vaultless Tokenization ensured both compliance with EU Cross Border Data Security laws, and complete business analysis capabilities in the Teradata enterprise data warehouse at HQ. Tokenization was delivered via clusters of multiple servers to maximize throughput with bulk tokenization.
Along with Vaultless Tokenization, centralized policy-based access controls were implemented with integration of both LDAP and Active Directory. This restricted access to re-identified data to authorized users, including country-specific requirements for Austria and Germany.