EMV Shifts Fraud to CNP Transactions Creating Omni-Channel Challenges

Notwithstanding EMV has lowered fraud prevention costs for most U.S. companies, fraud continues to shift online. And while merchants and retailers plan to considerably increase investment in payments to improve customer experience (by 50% over 2015), more than three quarters of these organizations view security, compliance and fraud management issues as the biggest barriers to…

Consumer Businesses Underestimate Cyber Risk Beyond Card Payments

Between 30% and 40% of companies currently investing in platforms such as consumer analytics, cloud integration, connected products and mobile payments have mature programs in place to address related risks. Many of these technologies involve a broad set of data types that could expose consumers to much more than stolen credit cards and identity theft.…

Soaring Online Fraud Impacts Company’s Revenue, Loyalty, and Reputation

Six out of 10 survey respondents (including 55% with a CFO title) had seen both the number and dollar amount of credit card chargebacks increase since the introduction of EMV chip cards. Furthermore, 64% of those surveyed (including 62% of CFO-titled respondents) measured increases in both the number and dollar amount of credit card chargebacks…

Payment Tokenization Market Red Hot — CAGR 22% Through 2022

The fraud frenzy is driving the global tokenization market and is expected to grow from $823.0 million in 2017 to $2.26 billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 22.4%. Payment security and compliance management are among the application areas contributing to the growth of the tokenization market. The payment security application…

Sharpest Cyber Security Minds in the World to Meet This Fall

The sharp increase in cyber threats is throwing IT departments into turmoil dealing simultaneously with privacy concerns, regulation imperatives and security needs. Furthermore. the strategic importance of the CISOs, CIOs, CTOs roles have also changed to adapt to the constantly evolving playing field. The 3rd Global Cyber Security Leaders Summit is an interactive, invitation-only, event…

Synthetic Identity Fraud & Application Fraud Driving Payments Execs Bonkers

Synthetic identity fraud is emerging as a key migration point in the post-EMV era, as criminals refocus on application fraud and exploit easy access to sensitive consumer data. According to Auriemma Consulting Group (ACG) fraudsters are using that data to create fake personas – hybrids of stolen and fabricated personal information – and open new…

Cyber Breaches & Internal Breaches – Growing Problem for Banks Worldwide

A lack of comprehensive, practical, real-world cybersecurity testing is leaving gaps in the defense of major companies. According to a new report from Accenture, Building Confidence: Solving Banking’s Cybersecurity Conundrum, found 78% of executives surveyed expressed confidence in their overall cybersecurity strategy, with more than half the respondents indicating high levels of comfort in their…

Biometrics Market to Grow 12% CAGR Driven by Untrustworthy Passwords

Biometrics involves identification and verification of physical traits such as fingerprints, hand geometry, face recognition, and iris recognition, and behavioral traits such as keystroke patterns, signature, and voice recognition. Its application to the payments industry and the replacement of old-school passwords cannot be understated. With double-digit growth, biometrics is a potentially explosive sector with payments.…

Mastercard Acquires Biometric Digital and Mobile Payments Fraud Fighter

Mastercard has inked an agreement to acquire NuData Security, a global technology company helping businesses prevent online and mobile fraud using session and biometric indicators. The Internet of Things is creating a more digitally-driven and digitally-connected world, with an estimated 50 billion smart devices to be in use across the globe by 2020. While such…

Blockchain Technology with Thales HSM Eliminates Cybertheft

Accenture unveiled a new solution that simplifies the ability of blockchain technology to integrate with the industrial-grade security systems that support sectors including financial services, healthcare and government. The solution creates a developer-friendly interface between emerging blockchain platforms and widely used hardware security technology. Accenture cooperated with Thales – whose hardware is currently used by…