Thales CipherTrust Tokenization Lab

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Solution Overview

This lab is intended to show the tokenization capabilities offered by Thales CipherTrust Tokenization Servers (CTS).

Tokenization provides a convenient way to protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Tokenization of PII helps meet compliance with various regulatory standards, including the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS) and Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

CipherTrust tokenization allows PII protection to be gained without software developers having to worry about managing encryption keys. CipherTrust Tokenzation Servers leverage the Thales CipherTrust Manager (CM) as a secure encryption key source (for the seed key only).

Goals & Objectives

After going through the lab guide, users of this lab should be familiar with the basic functions and features provided by the Thales Tokenization solution, including:

  • A high-level overview of how CTS tokenization is performed.
  • The various types of tokenization provided by CTS.
  • How the CTS API can be used by developers to tokenize and detokenize data on the fly.

Hardware & Software

This lab includes the following components: 

  • Jumpbox (Windows 10)
  • Linux Webserver (Ubuntu 21)
  • Thales CTS Server (Virtual Appliance)
  • Thales CM Server (Virtual Appliance)
  • Windows Server / SQL Server (Windows Server 2016)