3D Secure 2.0: How Card Issuers Can Prepare


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3D Secure 2.0’s impact on the financial industry will be one of the most significant in recent years.

Built around the increasing popularity of mobile commerce, 3D Secure 2.0 is predicated on risk-based authentication, leveraging data points for accurate verification, while optimizing the consumer experience. But, what are the choices and consequences of migration?

On Wednesday, November 2nd at 1:00 PM (EST) join ecommerce advisors James Rendell, CA Technologies; Paul Baker, Mastercard; and Karen Webster, Market Platform Dynamics for a live digital discussion surrounding 3D Secure 2.0.

Get individual and industry perspectives on:

– Payment authentication, its importance to fraud prevention and to ecommerce security

– Successful 3DS 2.0 adoption, including Service Provider and Software Developer viewpoints

– Key initiatives – like Mastercard Identity Check Program: Mobile as a biometric authentication solution for cardholders – and the effect on online shopping

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caJames Rendell
Vice President, Product Management, Payment Security at CA Technologies

James Rendell heads Payment Security Strategy and Product Management for CA Technologies. James is a recognized security and fraud expert covering topics such as mobility, cryptography, e-commerce, and network and infrastructure security.

Prior to joining CA Technologies, James led the EMEA Security consulting practice at IBM Global Technology Services and the e-Crime Prevention consulting practice at Deloitte. In 2008, while at IBM, James was elected as an affiliate member of the IBM Academy of Technology in recognition of his work in the field of IT security.

mcPaul Baker
Vice President / Senior Business Leader, Identity Solutions Product Management, Enterprise Security Solutions at Mastercard 

Paul Baker is responsible for the Global Product management of Mastercard’s Authentication solutions including SecureCode & Identity Check and plays a key role in the developing global authentication strategy for Mastercard Worldwide.  This strategy looks at authentication in all channels on any device and at any time for all cards within Mastercard’s brand portfolio.  Paul has extensive experience in the rapidly evolving Card Not Present (CNP) payment arena including the security of payments and transactions along with data storage and works closely with regulators in his field of expertise.

Paul Baker joined Mastercard in June 2005.  Before joining MasterCard he spent 26 years in the banking industry with HSBC in the UK undertaking a number of roles and key management positions.  During his time with HSBC he delivered a global Internet Payment Gateway solution for HSBC and was instrumental in developing their products and services surrounding Card ePayments and Security.

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kwKaren Webster
CEO, Market Platform Dynamics

Karen Webster is one of the world’s leading experts on payments, commerce and retail innovation and a strategic advisor to CEOs and Boards of multinational players in those sectors. As CEO of Market Platform Dynamics, she works extensively with the most innovative players in the payments, financial services, mobile, retail, B2B, digital media and technology sectors to help them maximize the value of their platform assets, design disruptive new business models and ignite and monetize new innovation. Karen also serves as a member of the advisory board for several emerging companies.



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