By leveraging blockchain for business, organizations can clarify historical records and streamline transactions while significantly boosting overall enterprise security.
The mobile revolution has made it simpler and faster for banking customers to conduct financial transactions, but it has also expanded the attack surface for fraudsters aiming to steal sensitive data.
Simple security best practices can go a long way toward securing mobile transactions and payments for both consumers and service providers.
Although mobile payments are more convenient and arguably more secure than carrying physical credit cards, both retailers and consumers remain wary.
The revised Payments Services Directive (PSD2) is designed to open the online banking and e-commerce markets to new forms of regulated payments.
The mobile payments market is booming as consumers and merchants increasingly adopt new technology. With convenience, however, come new security concerns.
Mobile point-of-sale technology is useful for small businesses, large enterprise retail chains and global sporting competitions alike.
With the growing popularity of Apple Pay, Google Wallet and Venmo, users are wondering whether mobile payment technology is secure and safe to use.
The "State of Mobile App Security" discusses security trends and threats facing mobile applications and what organizations can do to mitigate them.
Apple Pay has just hit the market as a rival mobile payment service, CurrentC, has lost email data during its pilot phase. How can consumers stay safe?