The processes and standards in place to ensure our payment cards are robust, secure and work in harmony with the rest of the ecosystem are given little spotlight, but they’re invaluable to the payments world’s smooth operation, says Fingerprints' Lina Andolf-Orup.
By adding strong authentication to the “tap,” consumers can benefit from greater security without harming the user experience of contactless. Or slowing throughput time for merchants, says Fingerprints’ Lina Aondolf-Orup.
Everyday we’re opening the door to new services, devices and institutions, trading off a little bit of “us” for greater convenience, writes Lina Andolf-Orup, a global product marketing manager at Fingerprints.
From regulations such as GDPR and PSD2 to conversations at major conferences, financial services and payment companies are coming to grips with how vital it is to step up ID protection, according to Lina Andolf-Orup, global product marketing manager at Fingerprints.
On-card biometrics is the final piece of the puzzle to bring trust and security to contactless payments without compromising convenience, writes Lina Andolf-Orup, global product marketing manager at Fingerprints.