JCB unveils J/Secure program --- JCB 3-D Secure

Saturday 22 November 2003 12:05 CET | News

JCB has launched its new Internet authentication program, J/Secure. The new program adds an important password identification step to the traditional online shopping process, verifying the identity of the person entering the card information.

In this way, J/Secure will provide JCB customers with greater security in their credit card payments, and enhance confidence in card payments over the Internet. In addition, J/Secure technology is easy to implement and is compliant with the 3-D Secure protocol. J/Secure benefits not only JCB cardmembers, but also the market as a whole. Merchants conventionally require only a credit card number and other limited information for online shopping, leaving them at risk of unauthorized card use and third-party fraud; however, with the J/Secure? service, merchants too can increase their level of confidence in Internet sales. In addition, merchants can implement J/Secure relatively simply. Several vendors are already prepared to provide J/Secure software and many others are developing J/Secure solutions that will have been carefully tested by JCB.

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