Top 10 Blockchain Headlines of 2016

Bank Innovation

Blockchain—possibly the buzziest of buzzwords in 2016. Online Payments Security Technology Uncategorized Virtual Currency 2016 artificial intelligence BlockChain KYC money transfer R3CEV Ripple

Biometrics Beats Blockchain at Bank Innovation 2016

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Eleven companies were awarded slots in the DEMOvation Challenge, which took place yesterday here at Bank Innovation 2016, our annual first-quarter event. Innovations Mobile Online Security Startups Technology Virtual Currency Bank Innovation 2016 biometrics BlockChain Raistone SayPay

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2016 Innovators to Watch: 1 to 5

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12 Coolest Brands in Banking 2016

Bank Innovation

Capital Cards Commerce Compliance Corporate Innovations Insurance Lending Marketing Mobile Online Operations Payments PFM Retail Risk Security Slider Social Media Startups Technology Virtual Currency Wealth Management Wearables coolest brands lists

Things worth reading: 20th October 2016

Chris Skinner

Things we’re reading today include … California prosecutors open new front in Wells Fargo scandal Security breaches feared in up to 3.2 mln Indian debit cards: report Chancellor insists Bank of England will remain independent Fed risks repeating Lehman blunder as US recession storm gathers Handelsbanken shrugs off Brexit to post rising profits Bank of … The post Things worth reading: 20th October 2016 appeared first on Chris Skinner's blog.

Say Hello to Our Spring 2016 Class of Startups

Bank Innovation

The companies selected from applications received from startups around the world are: CrossCues Dyme GoldBean Hermetic Security Spare We Are Briqs The companies, chosen after a Read More.

Digital Security 2016: At The Crossroads Of Biometrics, EMV And Mobility?

PYMNTS

It’s been a busy 12 months since the last Money20/20, as new technologies and threats have disrupted the security space time and time again. “Chip-enforced, hardware-backed security is what we’re seeing as a major trend in other ecosystems,” McDowell explained.

5 Best New Financial Apps 2016

Bank Innovation

We can all agree Credit Karma, Chase Mobile, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and PayPal aren’t leaving the Top Ten on App Annie anytime soon. But ratings and rankings aren’t everything — there’s also the cool factor. How easy is the app to use?

Biometric Security Gains Popularity, But Is Far from Foolproof

Bank Innovation

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SMS No Longer Secure for 2-Factor Authorization

Bank Innovation

Compliance Mobile Security Technology Bank of America Facebook First Republic Google JPMorgan Chase Messaging SMS text messages USAA Wells FargoIt might be time to say goodbye to those text messages containing PINs to help you log into your favorite banking site. The U.S.

Green Dot Launches Secured Credit Card

Bank Innovation

Today it was announced that Green Dot, a leader in the prepaid space, is launching the Green Dot Platinum Visa Secured Credit Card—a credit card designed specifically to help those without credit build it, or those with low credit scores, build them up.

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Things worth reading: 25th August 2016

Chris Skinner

banking regulators focused on cyber security after SWIFT attacks Asian companies have world’s worst cybersecurity says study Blockchain may help banks renew image Landlord lender OneSavings Bank defies housing slowdown with surging profits Suits join the hoodies with blockchain push Deutsche boss: negative interest rates are ‘fatal’ Lloyds … The post Things worth reading: 25th August 2016 appeared first on Chris Skinner's blog.

InAuth Partners with Zelle to Leverage Device History for Mobile Security

Bank Innovation

Security provider InAuth just announced a partnership with Zelle—the old clearXchange, for those who are still not used to the rebrand —in order to provide better mobile security on the Zelle app when it’s launched sometime in the first six months of 2017.

Coolest Brands 2016: MasterCardMaking Payments Happen in the IoT

Bank Innovation

Cards Commerce Mobile Payments Security Technology Coin Internet of Things MasterCard Samsung StartupbootcampIs it possible for a payment network to be cool? And what if that payment network was launched in — gasp! — in 1966?

Key Takeaways from Sibos 2016

Celent Banking

While it has long been an important issue, it has catapulted to the top of the agenda of every member of SWIFT’s ecosystem given the recognition that the system is only as secure as its weakest node. Having just returned from the whirlwind that is Sibos, I (along with many other industry observers) feel compelled to contribute my two cents on the top takeaways from the event, along with one observation on the mood.

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Registration for Bank Innovation Israel 2016 Officially Opens

Bank Innovation

Bank Innovation Israel 2016 registration has officially opened today. The only Western fintech event in Startup Nation, the 2016 Bank Innovation Israel will take place 1-3 November at the Dan Tel Aviv. Capital Cards Commerce Compliance Corporate E-Commerce Innovations Insurance Lending Marketing Mobile Online Operations Payments PFM Retail Risk Security Social Media Startups Technology Virtual Currency Wealth Management Wearables Bank Innovation Israel DEMOvation startups

PYMNTS’ 2016 Roundup: Retail Edition

PYMNTS

2016 started off with a bang in the retail world when MPD and PYMNTS uncovered a few discrepancies in the retail data that many major retailers and reporting institutions were using to underestimate the impact of digital sales on brick-and-mortar sales. “In In 2016, I believe that physical retail may be facing its own ‘Kodak moment,’” wrote Karen Webster. Retail 2016 alternative payments EMV Human Touchpoint MasterCard Pokemon Go PYMNTS 2016 Retail Roundup service Unattended Retai

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Security or unfamiliarity: What's stopping mobile-payments adoption?

Mobile Payments Today

Security pros discuss how consumers view today's security climate when it comes to payments

Things worth reading: 5th April 2016

Chris Skinner

Things we’re reading today include … Credit Suisse CEO Thiam targets bigger China presence Quantum computing: Game changer or security threat?

Dwolla Defends Security Practices in the Face of CFPB Fine

Bank Innovation

— Today the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau leveled a $100,000 penalty against the online payment platform Dwolla, who are obliged to pay the full amount and fix its security practices. Washington, D.C.

Payments 2016: The Year Of The Chip

PYMNTS

PYMNTS consulted 21 payments executives from across the industry to share their insights on the biggest takeaways from 2016 as part of the “Payments 2016, The Year Of…” eBook. The year 2016 saw a sea change in the payments landscape.

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Breaking Banks: Breaking Down Blockchain; Identity and Security [AUDIO]

Bank Innovation

This week host Brett King is again joined by Chris Skinner, as the two conclude their five-part talk on blockchain technology — the rails beneath the anonymous bitcoin which keeps it secure.

Payments 2016: The Year Of Capitulation

PYMNTS

PYMNTS consulted 21 payments executives from across the industry to share their insights on the biggest takeaways from 2016 as part of the “Payments 2016, The Year Of…” eBook. Payments 2016: The Year Of Capitulation .

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Key takeaways from Sibos 2016

BankNXT

Daniel Latimore reveals three primary talking points from Sibos 2016. Key takeaways from Sibos 2016 on BankNXT. Banking Fintech Security APIs cybercrime Daniel Latimore events PSD2 Sibos 2016

Details on the FDIC Security Breach by Chinese Spies [VIDEO]

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Risk Security fdicHow Chinese spies hacked into computers at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation from 2010 until 2013 -- and American government officials tried to cover it up.

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Secure Payments, Generation 2.0

PYMNTS

Enter 3-D Secure 2.0. In a webinar with James Rendell, vice president of payment security at CA Technologies, and Paul Baker, vice president/senior business leader of enterprise security solutions at Mastercard, PYMNTS’ Karen Webster delved into just how 3-D Secure 2.0 The experience has to be consistent with how consumers want to conduct commerce digitally — and securely.”. CA Technologies’ Rendell noted that 3-D Secure 2.0 Two-point-oh.

A GonzoBanker Guide to Finovate Fall 2016

Gonzobanker

But as an attendee, I’d like to see all PFM providers in one segment, or all security/authentication vendors in one segment. One firm, a security/authentication vendor, won a best-in-show award, in no small part because the presenter was funny. Security/authentication.

Uber Faces Fine From France For 2016 Data Breach

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20) that it fined Uber $460,000 over its 2016 data breach that exposed the data on 57 million customers and drivers across the world. Earlier this year Uber settled with the state of California, agreeing to pay $148 million over the 2016 breach.

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“Transforming the Landscape” – My learnings from SIBOS 2016

Celent Banking

This year’s Sibos theme was “Transforming the Landscape”, organized around four themes: Banking, Compliance, Culture, and Securities. The fall conference season is a business time for us in the industry research business.

Payments 2016: The Year Of Major Shifts

PYMNTS

PYMNTS consulted 21 payments executives from across the industry to share their insights on the biggest takeaways from 2016 as part of the “Payments 2016, The Year Of…” eBook. Payments 2016: The Year Of Major Shifts in Payments. Here are three key shifts we’ve seen in 2016.

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PayPal Predicts Holiday 2016

PYMNTS

Much like PayPal, holiday shopping has grown beyond simply one button at one moment, now encompassing the freedom of mobile devices, the social enjoyment of peer-to-peer payments and the security and simplicity to make a purchase, with confidence, at a moment’s notice.”. Halloween is not quite here yet, but the holiday season predictions are already rolling on in. And PayPal has officially thrown its hat into the ring.

Integrated Transaction Security

Mobile Payments Today

Whether you need a secure point-of-sale/point-of-service (POS) device, to a decrypt service and gateway provider, MagTek offers solutions to meet your needs MagTek’s hardware and Magensa’s Services accommodate for a scalable and flexible payment ecosystem.

Payments 2016: The Year Of Partnership Via API

PYMNTS

PYMNTS consulted 21 payments executives from across the industry to share their insights on the biggest takeaways from 2016 as part of the “Payments 2016, The Year Of…” eBook. Payments 2016: The Year Of Partnership Via API. Security.

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Biometrics and the ‘Insured Internet’: Security at Money20/20

Bank Innovation

At Money 2020—a global event surrounding really everything involving money currently happening in the one and only Las Vegas—one of the topics on everyone’s minds is definitely security, specifically of the digital kind. Mobile Online Payments Security Technology Abagnale & Associates biometrics cybersecurity Jumio Money 2020 Nok Nok Labs Trusona

MasterCard Secures Patent for Dynamic Account Numbers

Bank Innovation

Cards Commerce Compliance Innovations Lending Marketing Payments Security account numbers credit card patent credit cards MasterCard patentsSay goodbye to the 16-digital credit card number. MasterCard today was awarded a patent for what it calls “variable length bank identification numbers.” ” Essentially, the patent protects a computer system developed by MasterCard, one of the world’s largest payment networks, to assign account numbers that are not 16 digits long.