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Here, on these archive pages, you'll find all of the articles on Payments News for FSTC listed in date sequence beginning with the most recent article at the top of the page.
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The Clearing House Payments Company (TCH) and the Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC) have
announced a joint initiative to help the financial services industry identify ways to facilitate mobile payments for consumers and businesses.
The Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG), American Bankers Association (ABA) and the Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC) have announced joint sponsorship of the inaugural Counter-eCrime Operations Summit (CeCOS), "a conference for counter-ecrime stakeholders focusing on the management of electronic crime events and the work of the professionals charged with engaging these increasingly threatening and costly incidents."
A number of presentations from the annual meeting of the Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC) held last week in New York are available online.
The Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC) has announced that the General Services Administration (GSA) is requesting information on the capability of commercial and other entities to provide identity credential services to support public access to Internet-based online government services. A copy of the RFI is available for download.
Mentioned earlier here on Payments News, the Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC) has formally announced that it has launched a major project aimed at authenticating financial institutions to their customers.
The Financial Services Technology Consortium has announced the "Authenticating the FI to Consumers" project, a follow-on to the recently concluded Better Mutual Authentication Project. The project intends to develop use cases dealing with authenticating the FI to consumers, along with applicable threat analyses, processes, evaluation metrics and the testing of combinations of various important emerging technology solutions against Financial Services community use cases and requirements. A project prospectus is available from Dan Schutzer or Chris Nautiyal at the FSTC.
The Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC) has announced the conclusion of phase I of its Better Mutual Authentication (BMA) Project, part of an on-going effort to secure access to customer accounts and combat fraud across the financial services industry.
The FSTC Board of Directors has announced Daniel Schutzer as the new FSTC Executive Director, effective February 27, 2006.
Steven Marlin in Information Week reports on the Financial Services Technology Consortium's (FSTC) counterphishing effort.