This 16-page white paper is a one-stop guide designed to assist banks and financial institutions understand and compare the various NFC payment options available, with the aim of helping them choose the right route to market in what is now a “more complicated than ever” mobile payments landscape.
This 15-page white paper explains why card issuers looking to deploy HCE mobile payments should not rely on tokenization alone to secure their services and describes in detail the security, distribution and management challenges that need to be addressed for the successful rollout of cloud-based mobile payments.
Join NFC World, the GSMA and industry experts to find out about delivering standardised MIFARE ticketing services on NFC devices.
This 26-page white paper presents the results of an in-depth consumer preference study conducted by independent research firm Strategy Analytics for the NFC Forum.
Join NFC World and Clear2Pay to learn about the new testing, quality and compliance challenges presented by HCE and tokenization.
Join NFC World and mobile payments specialist Bell ID for an online workshop that will explain how tokenization works and how it can help you better secure mobile payment services.
Join NFC World’s editor and speakers from SIMalliance and EnStream to find out how to select the right security strategy for your NFC service and gain insight into the lessons learned from a leading market deployment.
This 27-page report presents the findings of a survey conducted by Ponemon Institute on the attitudes and investment plans of professionals working in IT operations, security, and electronic deployments in the US.
This 22-page white paper explores how host card emulation (HCE) can overcome the challenges faced by service providers when implementing secure NFC services and sets out the benefits that HCE can offer over traditional NFC implementations that make use of a secure element on the user’s mobile device.
This seven-page technical paper explains how NFC-enabled sensors can be used to deliver service improvements in “hundreds of applications in many market sectors.”