Alex Pezold is co-founder of TokenEx, whose mission is to provide organizations with the most secure, nonintrusive, flexible data-security solution on the market.
While working as a QSA, he recognized the potential of cloud-based tokenization not only for PCI data but also for privacy data in an increasingly privacy-focused world. With that inspiration, Pezold and a friend eventually founded TokenEx.
Prior to founding TokenEx, Pezold earned a master’s degree in computer science and information security through the CyberCorp program at the University of Tulsa. He then worked as a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) with the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council, establishing a strong background in cybersecurity and compliance.
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