Enabling Data Privacy and Payments with an API:

A live demo with Skyflow & Moov


In this on-demand webinar, we discuss:

  • Traditional approaches to maintaining data privacy for payments
  • How Skyflow and Moov enable data privacy and payments via an API
  • A case study of building with Skyflow and Moov
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Businesses need to store sensitive data like names, emails, credit cards, and banking information to support features like account creation and payments. But storing sensitive data is a compliance and security burden. And traditional approaches to maintaining data privacy for payments are complicated, full of silos and abstractions.

In this technical session, we will demonstrate a live interaction demo using Skyflow and Moov and discuss how businesses can:

  • Collect, store, and access sensitive data through a zero-trust data privacy vault delivered as an API
  • Accept, store, and disburse money through a unified platform
  • Accelerate speed of innovation with flexibility


Sean Falconer

Head of Marketing, Skyflow

Sean Falconer is Head of Developer Relations at Skyflow. Sean spends his time building, writing, speaking, and connecting with communities about engineering and data privacy. He has a wide range of interests and expertise, including full stack development, developer experience, and API design. Prior to Skyflow, Sean led developer relations for Google’s Business Communications product suite and was CTO and founder of a startup focused on mobile hiring tools.

Scott Wittrock

Senior Product Manager, Moov

Scott Wittrock is a Senior Product Manager at Moov, a payments company making it easy to accept, store, and distribute money securely. His focus is on building tools to make the developer’s experience integrating with Moov as quick and easy as possible. That work includes creating client and server-side libraries, postman collections, and internally advocating for a great developer experience.