In today’s CardFlash News Que: USAA (Android Pay); EBAY (COO); GOTRUST (NIST): and EGIFTER (Amilon).
USAA – USAA members will be among the first in the country to support Android Pay, a simple way to pay in stores and in apps. Starting later this summer, USAA MasterCard® and VISA® credit cardholders will be able to add their cards to Android PayTM, empowering them to make mobile payments at more than 700,000 retailers, restaurants and venues across the country and in over a thousand AndroidTM apps.
EBAY “eBay announced the appointment of Daniel Tarman as eBay’s Chief Communications Officer following the separation of eBay and PayPal into two, independent publicly traded companies in the third quarter of 2015. Tarman will report to eBay CEO-designee Devin Wenig and become part of the company’s executive leadership team.
GOTRUST – GOTrust Technology announced the immediate availability of cryptographic tokens that meet and exceed the NIST (SP800-157) Derived PIV Credentials Guidelines for mobile devices. The guidelines of derived PIV credential list three removal hardware tokens (SD, UICC (SIM) and USB tokens) along with an embedded secure element option. It also defines FIPS security level 140-2 Level 2 and above for key generation and recommends physical security level 3.
EGIFTER – eGifter, the e-gifting company, in partnership with Amilon, the largest provider of digital vouchers and e-codes in Italy, announces today the launch of Giftiamo, a mobile and social gifting platform for consumers and retailers in Italy powered by the eGifter platform. Giftiamo loosely translates to English as let’s gift.