Mastercard demonstrates secure and convenient biometric card in South African trials.
Banks like Wells Fargo are rolling out much better ATM security. Here's why it won't stop ATM theft.
Confusion and resistance to EMV abounded in 2015, but 2017 brings improvements in adoption and an ongoing evolution in the implementation of EMV-capable credit card readers.
Experts urge small retailers and restaurants to upgrade to chip card payments and encryption
Starting 20th March, selected commuters can use their Mastercard contactless cards to directly pay for their bus or train rides
Increasing use of biometrics may help protect online payments
Moving into 2017, we foresee a few key trends that would reshape the financial industry in Asia Pacific. This article outlines the most transformative ones to watch.
DBS’ overseas payments solution will help their customers avoid high foreign exchange and conversion fees
The first of its kind in SEA, the payments solution will support Singapore’s move towards a cashless society.
The collaboration will also nurture local IT talents, meet enterprise demands, and support the R&D of advanced technologies in the big data era.
The first of a kind partnership has launched the PB UnionPay Lifestyle Debit Card, which is specially designed for business and frequent travellers.
Most Philippine-based mobile financial services (MFS) providers still find it arduous to build an effective cashless ecosystem.
Myanmar citizens can use Mastercard’s cards to conveniently and securely access their funds wherever they are.
Last week, the EMV migration deadline for gas stations from October 2017 to October 2020
Your 2017 Safe Holiday Shopping Guide.
How is BPI responding to the changing needs and demands of their customers in the digital age?
Armed with a card number, researchers tricked websites into helping them guess the expiry date and CVV
Visa cited need for more regulatory compliant software and hardware to support chip cards at automated pumps
The move comes at a time when contactless payments are becoming a norm in Singapore
Cuts to loyalty programmes resulting from caps on interchange fees risk customer relationships.
The two companies plan to issue co-branded cards in the country.