Tagged as: #consumerauthentication

10 Jun
2015

Retailers Beware: You Have a Target On Your Back

Banks are working hard to change every policy they have for fraud prevention to reduce their losses. It starts later this year with the EMV deadline for merchants. At that time banks officially push fraud liability directly onto the merchant if the merchant is found to be out of PCI

04 Feb
2015

Hurdles of Tokenization & Consumer Authentication for EMV

Hurdles of Tokenization & Consumer Authentication for EMV – A Software Architect’s Perspective My name is Justin Stanley and I am the lead software architect at TokenEx. When I was asked for my input on a tokenization and consumer authentication blog for EMV, I wanted to be as realistic as

17 Dec
2014

Consumer Authentication – The Liability Shift

Consumer Authentication – What’s in it for Me? Many merchants with an online presence have been hesitant to implement consumer authentication for a variety of reasons. With the use of ‘3-D Secure’ (3DS, Verified by Visa, MasterCard SecureCode) customers may be more likely to abandon a purchase if they feel

11 Dec
2014

EMV Payment Security – Consumer Authentication

EMV Payment Security – Consumer Authentication Companies worldwide are starting to conduct more thorough consumer authentication online due to increased fraud.  With the adoption of EMV technology, thorough consumer authentication is even more critical.  Europe, for example, saw a sharp increase in online fraud that followed the deployment of EMV. 

13 Nov
2014

Under The Hood – EMV as a Technology

Under The Hood – EMV as a Technology EMV jointly created by Euro Pay, MasterCard, and Visa is a security standard for payment cards, sometimes referred to as "chip and PIN," "chip and signature," or simply “Chip Technology.” Its purpose is to establish global interoperability with Point Of Sale terminals and ATMs