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Payments orchestration: why now? – exclusive interview with Spreedly

29 Jun 2020 | Online Payments

We have interviewed Lee Jacobs, director of product management at Spreedly, to learn more about payments orchestration and optimisation

Spreedly, Lee Jacobs, payments orchestration, merchants, digital payments, 3DS2, network tokenization, payment gateways, GDPR, PSD2, PCI compliance

HSBC joins Privitar's funding round to automate the enforcement of data privacy policies

24 Jun 2020 | Payments General

HSBC has joined Privitar's Series C funding round, extending it to GBP 70 million, to support the development of tools that automate the enforcement of data privacy policies.

HSBC, funding, GDPR, money laundering, data, data privacy, cloud, banking, fintech

D-ID gets USD 13.5 mln to protect against mass surveillance

28 May 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Israeli startup D-ID has raised over USD 13.5 million as part of its Round A fundraising.

anonymisation, funding, data privacy, GDPR, biometric data,

Blockpass, Tozex partner for KYC, AML compliance of crypto trading

08 May 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

Blockpass and crypto asset platform Tozex have announced a strategic collaboration and partnership. 

Blockpass, Tozex, collaboration, KYC, AML, compliance, cryptocurrency, digital assets, trading, identification, 5AMLD, GDPR

Atos reveals IAM solution

17 Apr 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Atos has unveiled a new identity and access management (IAM) solution for the enterprise, Find Biometrics reports. 

Atos, biometrics, identity-as-a-service, identity, IAM, access management, subscription, pricing model, FIDO2 standards, PSD2, GDPR, regulations, authentication, digital identities, password

Connective Payments joins the European Payments Consulting Association

15 Apr 2020 | Payments General

Press release EPCA

Connective Payments further expands its network and has joined EPCA, the European Payments Consulting Association.

PSD2, GDPR, Open Banking, mobile payments, blockchain, cards, EPCA, Connective Payments

Does the PSD2 SCA mandate in payment processing prevent fraud under GDPR Recital 47?

10 Apr 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

The GDC Compliance Advisory Board (CAB) provides insight into how to interpret the Strong Consumer Authentication (SCA) mandate described in PSD 2 without jeopardizing data privacy concerns protected by GDPR. 

Global Data Consortium, PSD2, SCA, GDPR, Payments Service Directive 2, open banking, strong customer authentication, digitization, Know Your Customer, compliance,

DAPSI announces funding opportunity for data portability and internet innovators

27 Mar 2020 | Payments General

The Data Portability and Services Incubator (DAPSI) is looking for internet innovators in Europe, with ideas to solve Data Portability challenges, for a vibrant 9-month programme (September 2020 to May 2021), supported by the European Commission’s Next Generation Internet initiative.

Data Portability and Services Incubator, DAPSI, data portability, Europe, GDPR

Customer data protection and the impact on digital money and crypto: the 5th AML directive

18 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Marta Solarska and Kamil Kaleńczuk, lawyers at Wołoszański & Partners discuss about the impact of the 5th AML directive over customer onboarding, plus GDPR context of AML procedure

Marta Solarska, Kamil Kaleńczuk, WLAW, GDPR, virtual currency, cryptocurrency, merchants, data protection, AML, AMLD5, electronic identification

How data privacy spun out of control, and what is next - Interview with Arwen Smit

13 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Arwen Smit discusses data privacy with The Paypers and the challenges facing identity in the Internet sector

Arwen Smit, Identity Reboot, privacy, identity, behavioural manipulation, deep fakes, data, biometrics, blockchain, autonomy, authorisation, GDPR, regulations, fingerprints, data privacy

Can platform businesses win the security fight against fraud? – Interview with Ralph A. Rodriguez

06 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Ralph A. Rodriguez, Summit Partners, discusses with The Paypers regarding how platform businesses can fight fraud in nowadays digital space  

Ralph A. Rodriguez, Summit Partners, platform business, fraud, digital space, biometrics, KBA, AI, behavioural biometrics, fingerprint, machine learning, ecommerce, digital onboarding, identity, authentication, security, digital spoofing, GDPR, compliance

Cledara becomes SaaS spend management platform integrated to Xero

05 Mar 2020 | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement

UK-based purchase platform for the subscription economy Cledara has transitioned into a SaaS Spend Management Platform to be integrated as a bank feed to Xero.

Cledara, Xero, spend management, financial service providers, United Kingdom, GDPR, payments platform, SaaS management platform, cloud software, invoice capture

Exclusive interview with 2Checkout's CEO on what makes a good digital commerce platform

11 Feb 2020 | Ecommerce

Alex Hart, CEO of 2Checkout, offers an insightful take on what makes a successful digital commerce and payments solution and what the future holds for B2C and B2B commerce

2Checkout, Alex Hart, digital commerce platform, ecommerce, online payments, monetization platforms, frontrunners, GDPR, PSD2, tax management, subscription management, foreign exchange, payments, payment flexibility, digital commerce

Blockpass rolls out PASS Club, to offer perks to members

05 Feb 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Blockpass IDN has revealed the creation of PASS Club, a members-only club for users of the Blockpass App.

KYC, blockchain, onboarding, identity verification, product launch, Hong Kong, GDPR, compliant, KYC

Germany: Irish data protection commission needs more resources to regulate big techs

03 Feb 2020 | Payments General

Germany’s federal data commissioner has suggested that Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) should accept outside help to succeed with the task of regulating big techs.

Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC), big techs, GDPR, regulation, data privacy, taxes, Ireland

Fines for privacy breaches reach EUR 114 million in Europe

20 Jan 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

European regulators have imposed EUR 114 million euros in fines for data breaches since tougher privacy rules came into force in mid-2018, with approaches varying widely from country to country.

GDPR, fines, data breaches, European regulators, fines, DLA Piper

Most cookie consent requests don't comply with EU data collection regulations

13 Jan 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

According to new research, most consent requests for digital cookies to track users’ web activity do not comply with Europe’s data collection regulations. 

consent requests, cookies, data, trust, consent, data management, GDPR

Can data sharing and trust be put in the same bowl? – interview with Mariane ter Veen, INNOPAY

13 Jan 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Mariane ter Veen, INNOPAY, shared with The Paypers her thoughts on key issues including the need for data sovereignty, trust, and soft infrastructures

Mariane ter Veen, INNOPAY, data sharing, trust, identity, transactions, risks, GDPR, sovereignty, regulations, digital economy, iSHARE, authentication, authorisation

Regulatory preview: it will be a busy 2020 in Europe

22 Nov 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Charles Gaddy from Global Data Consortium depicts how the regulatory landscape will look in 2020 and what businesses should consider in order to be prepared form a compliance perspective.

GDC, regulation, PSD2, GDPR, 5MLD, money laundering, compliance

Interview with Imran Gulamhuseinwala, Trustee of the Open Banking Implementation Entity (OBIE)

15 Nov 2019 | Online & Mobile Banking

Imran Gulamhuseinwala, OBIE: In order to make Open Banking a success, we need to look beyond PSD2, which, despite being an amazing piece of legislation, it did not have a background of understanding of Open Banking potential when it was created

Imran Gulamhuseinwala, Open Banking Implementation Entity, OBIE, Open Banking, fintech, innovation, UK, PSD2, standardisation, CMA, consent, GDPR, security, authentication