What is Tokenization?

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What is Tokenization?

Tokenization in data encryption refers to the process of breaking down sensitive data, such as credit card numbers, into smaller, randomized pieces of data called tokens.

The sensitive data is replaced with tokens, which can then be stored or transmitted without the risk of exposing the sensitive information.

Tokenization is a form of data obfuscation that can protect sensitive information from data breaches and other forms of data theft.

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