Alipay has worked with First Data, Verifone, Ingenico and others to connect with merchants in North America, but more as a service for Chinese travelers than a direct competitor to existing payment providers.
Before using Amazon Web Services (AWS), it’s important to understand that as an IaaS provider, AWS is only responsible by default for the security of its cloud infrastructure. AWS goes through great efforts to make customers aware of their responsibilities through the AWS Shared Responsibility Model. The web pages explaining the basics of AWS services frequently reference the model to offer complete transparency into which responsibilities are always taken care of by AWS and which are to be handled by the customer.This white paper is intended to help you make better-informed decisions about the security control options for AWS usage so you can choose the best combination of controls for your organization’s situation and needs.
With more vendors issuing EMV cards, cybercriminals are turning to cart-not-present fraud as a way to defraud consumers. A mix of weapons is necessary to counter it, writes Robert Capps, authentication strategist and vice president at NuData Security.
Alipay and WeChat Pay will force traditional payment networks to up their game, particularly in in-play emerging markets. Whether they can become relevant at scale for consumers outside China remains to be seen, writes Eric Grover, a principal at Intrepid Ventures.
The payments processor Square has big plans in banking — but even after filing an application to charter an industrial loan company, it still doesn’t see itself as a competitor to most financial institutions.
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TSYS has expanded its relationships with ISOs or entered into joint ventures with companies such as super ISO Central Payment. TSYS has been gradually increasing its stakeholder share in Central Payment as part of the collaboration.
Feedzai’s CTO, Paulo Marques, explains why he hasn’t seen an organization succeed yet. In this report, he dispells some of the myths around building a machine learning system, from his vantage point at the helm of an organization that has spent years to build the most advanced machine learning for risk.