Gemalto is taking its newly launched Dynamic Code Verification (DCV) solution designed to protect against CNP fraud to Money 20/20 next week.
Gemalto has buddied up with China’s ZTE to showcase Gemalto’s LinqUs On-Demand Connectivity (ODC) subscription management solution on ZTE smartphones, at Mobile World Congress Shanghai.
The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) launched their online Invoice Payment Service that allows business customers to pay invoices for permits and other MDE services online. The new Invoice Payment Service accepts all major credit cards and eCheck/ACH payments and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Direct Operator Billing solution from Gemalto sets new standards for convenience on Milan’s public transport network. Instead of fumbling for notes and coins, travelers in Italy’s second largest city can simply send a text to a standard short code number, with the Netsize system charging the fare directly to the customer’s regular mobile phone bill.
JCB and Middle East and Africa electronic payments processor, Emerging Markets Payments (EMP) inked a deal for JCB card acceptance at more than 15,000 locations in Jordan, including all of the company’s point of sale (POS) terminals in the country.
The UAE’s leading telecoms company, is harnessing mobile NFC solution for corporate access control from Gemalto.The solution enables Etisalat’s management to securely access its head office and facilities with a single tap of a mobile phone on a contactless reader.
Gemalto has been selected by New Zealand’s Westpac to offer its Optelio Contactless Sticker for mobile payment. Westpac customers attach the sticker to the back of their mobile device to make quick, secure contactless payments.
Secure Electrans announced the latest certification of the unique and revolutionary HomePay Chip&PIN device that combines small retailer mobile payment acceptance and secure online Chip&PIN payments. This latest development of the Secure Electrans HomePay 130 range employs a state of the art “Dynamic Kernel” that is able to switch transparently between taking and making payments. The device that enables the user, for example a taxi driver or plumber, to buy goods online securely with Chip&PIN and then take the device with them to their work or use on the move to accept payments. The certification, undertaken by the leading financial industry security evaluation body UL, confirmed that this latest Secure Electrans HomePay™ device meets the rigorous specification of EMVCo.
Internet is very much a part of modern life; today online world has pierced in every aspect of our lives such as online shopping, banking or chatting. Not only e-commerce is continuously growing, online services from public sector are also increasingly used throughout Europe. They provide a more convenient and efficient way for the public to access their government services and reduce the frequency of the time-consuming visits to their local government offices. Prerequisite to use online public services with a secure proof of identity is an electronic identity card (eID) with security chip. One recent example of such an eID implementation was the Slovak Republic which just started to issue an eID using solely security chips from Infineon Technologies AG to store the personal and confidential data of their citizens.
The NFC Forum announced two newly elected Vice Chairmen of its Board of Directors, Trevor Pavey of Broadcom Corporation and Alexander Rensink of NXP Semiconductors. A senior product line manager at Broadcom, Trevor Pavey is a seasoned high tech marketing executive with eight years of RFID and wireless expertise coupled with 17 years of experience in semiconductor technology, marketing, business development, applications, and design. During his tenure at Broadcom, Pavey has been responsible for ecosystem management, including Broadcom’s relationships with the major payment associations and mobile carriers. Earlier in his career, he was instrumental in launching the NFC business at Texas Instruments. Alexander Rensink is strategic marketing director in the Identification business unit at NXP, which he joined in 2007. At NXP, Rensink focuses on the significant potential for identification technology in the mobile market with the goal of expanding the deployment of NFC-based solutions into mobile phones and tablets. In this role, he has had considerable experience in working with both infrastructure suppliers and application developers to deliver end-to-end solutions for vertical markets.
Vivo implemented Gemalto digital security to provide the TSM (Trusted Service Manager) platform, allowing it to offer m-payment products with NFC adding mobility, security and convenience for its users. With the solution in place and together with Gemalto’s UpTeq multi-tenant NFC SIM cards, Vivo will be able to expand its product portfolio for m-payments, offering services to mobile customers including contactless payments, transit ticketing and financial transactions between users of the solution. The development and delivery of financial products and services represents the company’s firm commitment to grow and strengthen its operations beyond connectivity, adding a new option for customers as well as for those who want to start or intensify contact with connectivity technologies.
Gemalto partnered IBM for its enhanced Ezio eBanking security platform. Featuring cutting-edge levels of security and versatility, the Ezio eBanking Server platform has been further updated with the ability to support a wider range of end-user solutions. The platform has been tested and confirmed to work with more than 30 authentication devices from 20 different vendors, ranging from physical tokens to mobile applications. It is made available worldwide, directly from Gemalto and also through IBM Security Services. The Ezio eBanking Server is the first to be compliant with both the leading proprietary technologies and the industry’s most popular open standards – supporting all types of two-factor authentication tokens, including OTP, PKI, OATH and software solutions. The Ezio eBanking Server stands at the heart of Gemalto’s constantly evolving suite of eBanking solutions, including mobile applications, display cards, USB tokens, card readers, and software development kits. To date, Gemalto has designed, produced and delivered over 70 million Ezio devices to bank customers across the world.