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As implementation of the EU’s Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) moves from a “soft” to “hard” state – that is, with liability transferring to those merchants that don’t employ SCA –... read more
Since SCA (Strong Customer Authentication) was introduced for online retailers in the UK earlier this year, there have also been added complications for merchants when determining the most efficient and cost-effective... read more
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Data from Barclaycard Payments, which processes £1 in every £3 spent on credit and debit cards in the UK, shows that many online businesses are still not fully compliant with... read more
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As the fourth anniversary of PSD2 comes and goes, it’s time to reflect on the success of some of its provisions. Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) was introduced across the EU... read more
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The latest version of the European Central Bank fraud report is now available. The report, Seventh report on card fraud, analyses trends in card fraud in 2019 as reported by... read more
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