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Get The Payments Security Playbook on May 22nd

Who in payments isn’t looking for the playbook for how to beat the new breed of fraudster at his game? Well, CA Technologies believes it has one and it includes 10 “rules of the road” that detects possible opportunities for fraud, and then shuts it down before the bad guys can run amuck. Learn more on May 22nd.

Cardholder security is very clearly at the front and center of the payments ecosystem “to-do” list. And with that comes the search for a solution that keeps cardholder data secure and curbs bank fraud. 3-D Secure, a protocol designed to help online merchants reduce the incidences of fraud online was designed to do just that.

But 3-D Secure has been often criticized for creating too much friction into the process – putting the 95 percent of people who aren’t the bad guys thru the ringer instead of focusing on the 5 percent who might, in fact, be sketchy.

CA Technologies, who is the co-creator of the 3-D Secure protocol, is addressing this by leveraging behavior-based authentication models to take on the important authentication work in the background, positioning 3-D Secure as a robust tool for reducing fraud losses in ecommerce transactions without subjecting consumers who just want to buy legitimately online with one big friction point.

On Thursday, May 22, 2014, will chat live with CA Technologies’ Revathi Subramanian, Senior Vice President, Data Science who’ll talk more about:

  • The challenges of fraud detection in a financial services environment
  • The use of statistics, including effective ways to measure losses per account and ROI by product/initiative
  • The “Ten Commandments” for tackling fraud and ways to build an effective model for fraud management, and the attitudes, strategies, and technologies that specialists need to combat fraud

To listen in on this digital discussion, please register here.







New forms of alternative credit and point-of-sale (POS) lending options like ‘buy now, pay later’ (BNPL) leverage the growing influence of payments choice on customer loyalty. Nearly 60 percent of consumers say such digital options now influence where and how they shop—especially touchless payments and robust, well-crafted ecommerce checkouts—so, merchants have a clear mandate: understand what has changed and adjust accordingly. Join PYMNTS CEO Karen Webster together with PayPal’s Greg Lisiewski, BigCommerce’s Mark Rosales, and Adore Me’s Camille Kress as they spotlight key findings from the new PYMNTS-PayPal study, “How We Shop” and map out faster, better pathways to a stronger recovery.

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