Consumers traveling during the holiday season should be aware of RFID attacks that could enable thieves to control their hotel key cards and digital locks.
Although mobile payments are more convenient and arguably more secure than carrying physical credit cards, both retailers and consumers remain wary.
Many Indians deposited their cash into mobile wallet services after the government announced the demonitization of several high-value banknotes.
The mobile payments market is booming as consumers and merchants increasingly adopt new technology. With convenience, however, come new security concerns.
Both enterprises and customers alike need to ask questions about the security and privacy issues surrounding near-field communication.
With the growing popularity of Apple Pay, Google Wallet and Venmo, users are wondering whether mobile payment technology is secure and safe to use.
Biometric security may finally be reaching the mainstream, with recent reports predicting a huge amount of growth in the coming years.
PayPal has been working to cast doubt on the security level of the forthcoming Apple Pay. Experts weigh in on the security of the new feature.
NFC or Near Field Communication is a standard that defines the exchange of data between two devices in close proximity. For NFC enabled smartphones, that means consumers can replace their credit and debit cards with an electronic wallet. So how...