Securing ACH Account Numbers with Encryption and Tokenization

Defining the 2021 / 2022 Nacha Data Security Requirements and Implementing Encryption and Tokenization to Protect Account Data

June 16th, 2021 / 2 pm EST

Webinar Panelists

Dan Fritsche

Daniel Fritsche

Founder, Alpine Consulting
Amy Morris

Amy Morris

Senior Director, ACH Network Rules, Nacha
Ruston MIles

Ruston Miles

Bluefin, Founder and Advisor

Nacha’s new Rule on Supplementing Data Security Requirements will require non-FI Originators, Third-Party Service Providers (TPSPs) and Third-Party Senders (TPSs) to protect deposit account information by rendering it unreadable when it is stored electronically. Depending on total ACH volume, this rule may affect your company in 2021 (Phase I) or in 2022 (Phase II). Join our webinar on June 16th to learn more about Nacha’s new data security requirements, what this means for your business, and the available solutions and methods that you can consider to protect Account Data.

Webinar Topics

  • Nacha’s Rule on Supplementing Data Security Requirements

  • Types of organizations and transaction volume in Phase I / Phase II

  • Addressing the protection of Account Data and Account Numbers within ACH

  • How ACH rules compare to PCI requirements

  • Choosing a solution for data protection, including encryption and tokenization

  • An overview on Bluefin’s ShieldConex® platform for securing Account Data

Register

2021/06/16 14:00:00

Learn more about Nacha’s data privacy policy here.