This 21-page white paper from Gemalto examines the digital transformation taking place in the global banking industry, and sets out a series of strategic recommendations for traditional banks, digital- and mobile-only banks, and technology companies.
This 25-page white paper from Gemalto presents the findings of research into the expectations that young adult consumers have for the development of mobile technology and connectivity over the next 10 years.
This 16-page white paper by Gemalto presents the findings of research carried out on behalf of the digital security giant by the Ponemon Institute. The findings are based on a survey of more than 3,700 IT and IT security professionals across the world and identifies the major risks to payment data security and how companies currently address them.
This 24-page white paper produced by Gemalto provides an overview of the mobile payments landscape and aims to help banks, retailers and other issuers choose the best possible approach to deploying a mobile payments service.
This six-page white paper sets out what is known about Apple Pay today on both a technical and an organizational level and aims to “provide insight and knowledge that UL has gathered, in order to best inform all stakeholders involved.”
In this edition of The Mobile Wallet Report we examine Isis v MCX — The battle begins for the US mobile payments market; Burger King to roll out mobile payments and rewards across the US, prepares to go global; Biometric payments get thumbs up from French shoppers; and more…
Activist investor Carl Icahn says PayPal should be split off from eBay as a separate business, MasterCard explains its plans for remittances, and Swedbank is to close its QR code payments service.
French supermarket chain E.Leclerc begins a national mobile payment rollout, InMarket puts Bluetooth beacons into 150 US grocery stores, with thousands more expected by end of year, and the first products with Fido Alliance password replacement features are demonstrated at CES in Las Vegas.
A French beauty brand is to use Hexapay’s ‘meta wallet’ for one-click mobile ordering, Eftpos Australia trials cloud-based mobile payments, and Shell customers can now buy fuel using M-Pesa.
Fingerprints, voice prints, palm vein patterns, face recognition and iris scans are all now being tested for verifying a consumer’s identity for payments at the point of sale and to protect access to mobile wallets, online commerce, mobile banking applications, individual apps on a device and physical locations. We take an in-depth look at the […]
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