As always, The Paypers is keen on keeping its readership up-to-date with the major cybersecurity highlights that are instrumental in defining the transactional ecosystem. Hence, a new edition of the Web Fraud Prevention, Online Authentication & Digital Identity Market Guide has been made available. The 2015/2016 issue of the Guide aims to be a reliable reference source for both payment fraud professionals and all other readers interested in getting more in-depth information in this field.
The current edition tackles a range of topics that are at the forefront of the industry. Key matters such as machine learning, biometric technology, legislation and regulatory changes have been addressed by industry experts and thought leaders. These major points are complemented by interesting perspectives on the EMV migration, the evolution of the Internet of Things, cross-border fraud prevention and customer authentication, among others. Additionally, some of the major industry associations which have provided their valuable input include the MRC, Innovate Identity, Natural Security Alliance, Biometrics Institute, the European Payments Council and Consult Hyperion.
The Guide is endorsed by the MRC, a merchant-led trade association focused on electronic commerce risk and payment strategies and Ecommerce Europe, an association representing companies selling products and/or services online to consumers in Europe.
Download a free copy of the Web Fraud Prevention, Online Authentication & Digital Identity Market Guide 2015/2016 to get access to an insightful outline of the global digital identity and web fraud ecosystem.
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