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Simplifying PCI: What are the risks, and how can merchants remove the burden of compliance?

Payment Card Industry (PCI) requirements are a minefield of acronyms and, for many merchants, it can be difficult to understand exactly what they need to do to ensure they are compliant. In brief, the PCI standards are a set of security compliance frameworks that merchants must maintain in order to take physical and/or digital card payments either in store, online or on their mobile. Without PCI compliance, merchants will not be able to work with an acquirer and may also be fined by the card schemes such as Visa or Mastercard.

  • Security & Fraud

PSD2 SCA 2020: the new roadmap

Communication on PSD2 2020 by Paula Costa, Product Manager Cards at Ingenico ePayments

  • Security & Fraud

How to balance security and conversion

by Nick Tubb, Vice President, Commercial Affairs for Ingenico ePayments.

  • Security & Fraud

How SCA Will Affect the Travel Industry

by Marc Van Puyvelde (Mastercard) and Eric Liebman (Ingenico ePayments) 

  • Security & Fraud

The true cost of fraud for online retailers

As consumer behaviors and patterns change, so do the challenges of managing fraud and securing transactions.

  • Security & Fraud

The biggest fraud risks and costs for digital business

Explore the most common risks for digital businesses and the heavy financial toll of fraud.

  • Security & Fraud