The U.S.'s move to EMV alone will not eliminate fraud because certain data elements could still be exposed in the breach of EMV card transactions, says JeremyKing of the PCI Security Standards Council, who highlights other essential security steps.
The story around payment security in India is driven by the spurt of technology innovations in nontraditional payment channels that are seeing massive traction. SISA's 2016 Summit will look at innovation and the threat landscape.
As Japan continues it push toward digital transactions, it's taking steps to ensure security, including adopting the PCI Data Security Standard, says JeremyKing, international director of the PCI Security Standards Council, who offers an update.
As mobile payments continue to grow in South Africa, it's important that application developers build security into their apps and correctly implement tokenization standards, says JeremyKing, international director of the PCI Security Standards Council.
As India continues its move to a cashless economy, the PCI Security Standards Council is collaborating with the Reserve Bank of India and the National Payments Corp. of India to roll out new software-based design standards for protecting cardholder data against new threats, says JeremyKing, PCI SSC's international...
With the U.S. accelerating its adoption of the EMV chip, encryption and tokenization, life is going to get tougher for fraudsters, and card-not-present fraud will rise, says PCI Council Director JeremyKing. Regions with poor data security must beware.
The PCI Security Standards Council is offering 40 percent lower fees for participating organizations in nations with lower-income economies. "We want to encourage countries in Africa and South Asia to get engaged with us," JeremyKing, international director at PCI SSC, tells ISMG in an exclusive interview.
As we prepare to mark the tenth anniversary of the PCI Security Standards Council, it's time to assess the impact PCI-DSS has had on payments security and consider whether it will remain a viable standard 10 years from now. A series of upcoming reports will address these topics.