Protect Retail Data Systems
and Unlock Performance

Customers trust their favorite brands and retailers to protect their privacy in your stores, on your website, and in their accounts. Reduce risk due to user errors, maintain brand loyalty, and meet Nacha, GDPR, and PCI-DSS compliance requirements no matter where your data resides or travels: on-premises, or across multi-cloud environments.

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Protegrity's Data Protection
Impact on Retail



Protected through Protegrity's
tokenization capabilities



Accelerated a secure digital transformation
through Protegrity's Platform



Through the combination of Protegrity
and a grocery distributor's GDPR-compliant
encryption solution



In just two days for a global retailer, thanks
to Protegrity's Privacy Protect solution

What Sets
Protegrity Apart

Data Protection Empowers Retail Markets

Experience matters. For more than two decades, Protegrity has helped enterprises overcome data security hurdles by securing sensitive data and maintaining the highest level of data privacy and compliance.


Maintain Compliance & Reduce Breach Risks

Protegrity offers an array of centrally managed and auditable data protection methods to meet PCI-DSS, Nacha, and PII requirements. This ensures that your data protection and security standards meet industry and audit requirements and that you preserve your organization’s reputation while reducing its risk profile.

Global Compliance

Comply with global data security and privacy regulations, without affecting business transactions and relations

Evergreen Solutions

Protegrity gateways, integrations, and solutions are regularly updated, to evolve with regulations

Case Studies


Major Retailer and Grocery Distributor

Launched customer marketing campaigns securely while furthering their digital transformation by migrating critical data sets to Azure, thanks to Protegrity’s data protection platform and virtualization through Denodo.

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Our Retail Partners

Protegrity meets — and in many cases, exceeds — the performance expectations of the largest retailers in the world. When implementing joint solutions, we work closely with system integrators, independent software vendors (ISVs), and large cloud hyper scalers to develop custom Protegrity integrations that eliminate friction for our retail customers.


Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Retail Data Management?

Retail data management is the process of managing inventory, transactional information, PII, and PCI. This also includes personal account data of customers, customer activity, and any other data contributing to further processes, growth, and analytics. Along with these factors, managing retail data also covers where that data is stored (in the cloud and on-premises warehouses), how it moves (data in transit), and how it’s used (transactions, analytic pursuits, and account access).

What Data and Data Protection Is Important for Retail?

Having the right level of access is integral to securing any type of data, from customer names to supply chain information. The use of cloud, hybrid system solutions, and data protection platforms must be accounted for when protecting retail data.

What Are the Principles of Data Protection?

The seven core principles are: lawfulness, fairness, and transparency; purpose limitation; data minimization; accuracy; storage limitation; integrity and confidentiality; and accountability.

What Do Retailers Need to Know About GDPR and Data Privacy?

Due to the ability of consumers to make purchases across physical borders, retailers need to be aware of both GDPR and their data privacy solutions. While it may be more obvious if a retailer conducts business in Europe, it’s important to note that in the United States, more and more individual states and localities are starting to institute their own GDPR-like regulations for their purchasing constituents (such as CCPA and the CPA). Retailers are accountable to the seven principles that hold retailers responsible for proactively complying with — and demonstrating compliance with — the regulations. GDPR seeks to enforce the expanded data privacy rights of individuals in the EU, which requires adequate protection from businesses both within and outside of its borders. If your retail business deals with the personal data of individuals in the EU in any way, then the GDPR likely applies to you.

How Can Retailers Prepare to Meet New Data Privacy Regulations?

One basic way retailers can prepare to meet new data privacy regulations is by publishing a privacy policy informing consumers how they collect, use, and share their customers’ information. Retailers should also be aware that some laws give customers the right to request their data by learning more about the retailer’s data handling practices. They can also request copies of the personal information that the retailer has maintained. Customers can additionally demand that their information be deleted, be allowed to opt-out of the use of their data for advertising, and opt-out from their data being sold to third parties.

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Get Started?

Contact us to learn how Protegrity’s fine grain data protection solutions can enable your data security, sharing, and analytics. Schedule a call today!