Payment & Security
Alternative payments to overtake credit and debit card payments globally
New research has found merchants fail to maintain security standards, while UK companies in particular lag behind their US counterparts in terms of cyber readiness
A new report published by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI), in association with BSI, has revealed that IT-related threats are continuing to provide the greatest concern for organizations, ranking above other threats such as natural disasters, security incidents and industrial disputes.
Partnership expanded to capitalise on biometric features of latest smartphone launch and offer alternative secure payments to users
Schuh has selected TNSPay, the multi-channel payment gateway from Transaction Network Services (TNS), for secure, compliant payment processing across its 99 stores in the UK and Ireland.
WorldPay has been recognised by the industry for improving payment services for international consumers; and driving innovation in mobile payments.
Spindle has expanded its payment processing services to include the immediate boarding of eCommerce merchants.
UK consumers have made 51 million contactless purchases in the last 12 months. The monthly contactless spend has also increased fivefold to GBP 45.2 million in June 2013 as consumers have become increasingly comfortable with using contactless technology, a recent report has revealed.
Card payments are expected to overtake cash in the next decade as a result of a continuing shift in the way consumers spend their money, recent findings indicate.
If you were to ask shoppers in the street to name an online payment protection process the chances are they would know about Verified by Visa, 3D Secure, Mastercard SecureCode or even Safekey from American Express but most would draw a blank at the mention of PCI DSS. By Rob Crutchington Director of Encoded
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