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9 Results for 'PSD2'

By Sam Murphy

November 29, 2018

PSD2 and Open Banking are all about making the European financial industry more customer-centric – while ensuring a secure environment. Enabling secure, easy digital payments will be paramount to success in an industry on the brink of digital disruption.

By Jacquelyn Painter

November 06, 2018

PSD2 is changing the banking experience as we know it. The consumer experience is at the forefront, competition is coming, and security measures are expected to be strong, future-proof and frictionless. Banks need clarification on dates, an understanding of what’s needed and best practices for implementation, and how they can use PSD2 to their advantage – ensuring they meet their CEO’s goal and long-term desired outcome.

By Entrust Datacard

September 04, 2019

PSD2 should serve as a guideline and best practice for how you can provide your customers with superior service and security .

By Jacquelyn Painter

July 17, 2018

As we are already halfway through the 2018 calendar year, the 2019 PSD2 required implementation for strong authentication will be here before you know it. 

By Jacquelyn Painter

May 04, 2018

There is a misconception that with increased regulation, comes increased costs, complexity and user friction. These are valid points, but they are not necessarily true. If banks leverage PSD2 as a catalyst to enable a secure digital banking experience, it will be an advantage as new competition emerges.

By Jacquelyn Painter

May 17, 2018

PSD2 and open banking are forcing the banking sector to rethink their digital banking strategy. Banks and retailers are transitioning from being transaction-focused to becoming customer-centric. 

By Jean-Louis Meyer

August 20, 2019

Elements of strong authentication moving towards more flexible enforcement

By Gary McVie

October 30, 2018

UK Finance recently reported a total of £503 million was stolen by criminal through authorised and unauthorised fraud in only the first six months of 2018 – and that doesn’t even account for the £705 million of fraud that was prevented during this same time-frame.
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