Posted on August 6th, 2009 No comments
As more people start paying for goods and services using their phone, rather than a credit card, they are venturing into that ethereal netherworld that is “beyond PCI” – in this case, literally, as their daring actions challenge the Payment Card Industry to drop “card” from their name.But there’s more to the challenge than semantics, argues PCI Columnist David Taylor.
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Mobile Payments May Make PCI Obsolete
Posted on June 5th, 2009 No comments
For thousands of years, people have attempted to hide sensitive information from competitors or enemies. Since January, critics of the Heartland Payment Systems data breach have called out for tougher encryption standards for financial institutions and their third-party service providers. Applications for encryption are all around us from encrypting email traffic to board communications, remote access and mobile & Internet banking
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Encryption: What, Why and Especially How