Payment & Security
Much has been said recently of the opportunity in emerging retail markets, especially where there are countries or regions that are less affected by recession or economic slowdown. By Stephen Berry, head of Computop UK
Dispute Management Service automates issuer-initiated chargeback requests, saving time and money for merchants
Employee negligence responsible for 36% of all data breaches
Commenting on weekend reports that US security researchers have discovered a number of flaws in single sign-on (SSO) services operated by a number of portals – including Google and PayPal – SecurEnvoy says this highlights the clear need for two-factor authentication (2FA) where financial/personal logins are concerned.
UK consumers spent £3,370 on online shopping last year, new research from WorldPay has shown.
After a record year during which IT security companies hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons, it is a relief to read a report that takes a sober look at IT security risk and also has some recommendations on best-practice. The eCommercepro talked to co-author Dr Akif Khan, Director, Products and Services, CyberSource.
PCI data security standards may be a hot topic, but a recent survey by Gartner, Inc. found that 18 percent of respondents admitted to not being PCI-compliant, even though the survey data suggested that they should be.
2012 set to be the tipping point for mainstream contactless adoption
Smartphone users who shop online could be at risk of downloading malware as the internet retail market grows, a new report suggests.
Here is a scenario that may sound familiar to you - You were in front of your computer one night and decided to watch some YouTube clips. By Rodel Mendrez
Visa Europe has launched Visa Mobile Person-to-Person payments and Visa Alerts: two new services designed to help consumers manage their money and make payments using their mobile phones.
Hackers execute an average 71 SQL injection attacks per hour to steal data.