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May 29, 2014

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - May 29, 2014

On the Web:

  • What’s Your GPA? - PaymentsViews.com (Jay DeWitt) - "Based on knowledge we’ve developed through industry benchmarks, client work, and our own operational experience in the payments business, the GPA program quickly assesses your payments organization and recommends targeted, actionable steps you can take to optimize your payments business."
  • The Cost of Checks in Small Business Payments - Dwolla Blog - "Our latest release of Next Day Transfers allows businesses, government agencies, and non-profits to move funds in and out of the Dwolla network faster than ever, increasing control of your cash flow and reducing billing or procurement cycles."
  • How Should Bitcoin Be Regulated? - Montreal Economic Institute (David Descôteaux) - "This Economic Note presents an analysis of the situation in Canada and in other countries that have adopted regulatory frameworks for Bitcoin."
  • DISH Teams Up with Coinbase to Become Largest Company to Accept Bitcoin - Coinbase Blog - "DISH today announced they are the largest company and first subscription model pay-TV provider to accept bitcoin..."

On the Wires:

  • Bitcoin’s future hinges on a clear legal status - “These clear rules, as well as a tax treatment that allows Bitcoin to be used as a currency, explain why the digital currency is popular in Germany and why this country was one of the first Bitcoin hubs. Canada has so far been quite welcoming to Bitcoin, and in clarifying its own regulatory framework, it should ensure that it remains so,” concludes David Descôteaux.

Updates from Glenbrook:

Note: Headline News is compiled by Glenbrook Partners. Throughout the day, as we spot interesting developments, this post is updated. Do you have news to share? Tell us here: gotnews@paymentsnews.com!

May 01, 2014

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - May 1, 2014

On the Web:

  • Merchants and Billers: Leverage = Options x Time! - PaymentsViews.com (Jay DeWitt) - "The solution to these situations simple: figure out when your acquirer contract expires, and get it on your planning calendar so you’re teed up to begin negotiations 6-12 months before contract term."
  • In Bitcoin Debate, Larry Summers Sides with the History of Change - Wall St. Journal Moneybeat - "To Mr. Summers, the potential contained in bitcoin’s breakthrough technology, with its fast, low-cost system for confirming transactions, is demonstrated by problems with the current multi-layered system for domestic and global fund transfers."
  • Payment Innovation Is Not Enough For Retail - TechCrunch (Dax Desilva) - "Commerce is all about bringing the right product to the right shopper at the right time, but the payment only addresses the close. To differentiate, merchants need to focus on innovating everything else that happens long before we reach the register..."
  • The death of cash? Debit card use surges - Telegraph (UK) - "Plastic and automated payments are now the most popular method of payment by both volume and size of transactions, according to current account data published by Halifax."
  • HCE vs. BLE: Which has the bigger in-store potential? - Mobile Commerce Daily - "While both NFC and BLE are likely to bring some important innovations to the in-store experience, they also have their limitations."
  • EMV is Not a Panacea for Transaction Security - Verifone Blog (Jeff Wakefield) - "Yes, EMV is more secure than mag-stripe technology, and when fully rolled out it will do a good job of reducing card fraud. But until mag-stripes are eliminated from cards; mag-stripe readers are no longer in use, and until merchants completely eliminate usable data from their environments, EMV will remain a “better option,” but it won’t prevent the theft of cardholder entirely."
  • ‘Dark Wallet’ Is About to Make Bitcoin Money Laundering Easier Than Ever - Wired - "On Thursday, a collective of politically radical coders that calls itself unSystem plans to release the first version of Dark Wallet: a bitcoin application designed to protect its users’ identities far more strongly..."

On the Wires:

  • Chase Launches Marriott Rewards Premier Visa Signature Business Credit Card for Small Business Owners On the Go - "Chase Card Services and Marriott Rewards® today announced the launch of the Marriott Rewards Premier Visa Signature® Business Credit Card designed for small business owners who travel frequently for business or pleasure. With the Marriott Rewards Premier Business Credit Card, small business owners have the ability to earn accelerated Marriott Reward points on all purchases, accumulate free night stays, and receive automatic Silver Elite Status once they become a cardholder."
  • MasterCard Incorporated Reports First-Quarter 2014 Financial Results - "The company reported net income of $870 million, up 14%, and earnings per diluted share of $0.73, up 18%, in each case versus the year-ago period."
  • Worldpay announces strategic acquisition of Cobre Bem Tecnologia - "Worldpay Group today announced that it has acquired Cobre Bem Tecnologia, a leading provider of payment solutions in Latin America, for an undisclosed amount. With this transaction, Worldpay’s eCommerce division will further strengthen its global reach, giving its customers access to a wide range of payment products in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Mexico."
  • Qualcomm Establishes Retail Solutions Subsidiary as Standalone Company -- Gimbal, Inc. - "The QRS team has made tremendous progress with the Gimbal technology platform and I am excited to continue leading this group as CEO of Gimbal, Inc.," said Rocco Fabiano, current president of QRS. "I am eager to continue working with this team under a new corporate structure that will permit the business to respond quickly to this rapidly evolving ecosystem."
  • Wells Fargo Commercial Cards Are Europe-Bound - "In a related announcement, Wells Fargo said all new USD WellsOne® Commercial Cards will be embedded with microprocessor chips defined by E.M.V. (Europay, MasterCard, and Visa) standards. In addition, Wells Fargo has begun migrating all of its existing cardholders over in advance of the October 2015 deadline in the United States."
  • Wells Fargo Launches Wells Fargo Works for Small BusinessSM - "Wells Fargo Works for Small Business provides wide-ranging support for business owners throughout the U.S. to help them build knowledge, access capital and expand their community of support. Wells Fargo Works for Small Business encompasses the company’s commitment to helping small businesses grow."

Updates from Glenbrook:

Note: Headline News is compiled by Glenbrook Partners. Throughout the day, as we spot interesting developments, this post is updated. Do you have news to share? Tell us here: gotnews@paymentsnews.com!

April 18, 2014

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - April 18, 2014

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Updates from Glenbrook:

Note: Headline News is compiled by Glenbrook Partners. Throughout the day, as we spot interesting developments, this post is updated. Do you have news to share? Tell us here: gotnews@paymentsnews.com!

April 17, 2014

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - April 17, 2014

On the Web:

On the Wires:

  • MasterCard Board of Directors Recommends Two New Candidates for Election - “The world continues to get smaller and technology opens new doors every day,” said Richard Haythornthwaite, Chairman of the Board, MasterCard. “MasterCard is advancing to meet consumer, business and societal needs in an increasingly digital world, while maintaining a focus on convenience and security. Merit and Julius’ experience and insights will add to and complement our existing Board as we pursue this vision.”
  • Warburg Pincus To Acquire Electronic Funds Source - "Warburg Pincus ... today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement whereby one of its affiliates will acquire 100% of Electronic Funds Source LLC, a leader in innovative corporate payments solutions, from an investor group including First Data Transportation Services, Inc., CTP Holdings LLC and FJ Management Inc."
  • Lending Club Acquires Springstone - "As part of the financing of this transaction, Lending Club also announced the closing of an equity capital raise. Investors in the $65 million round included funds and accounts managed by T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc., Wellington Management Company, LLP, BlackRock and Sands Capital."
  • Worldpay Launches China Sales Office - "The Shanghai office is headed up by Tang Kok San, VP – Business Development China, and will offer all of Worldpay’s e-commerce customer-facing functions, including relationship management and corporate support."

Updates from Glenbrook:

Note: Headline News is compiled by Glenbrook Partners. Throughout the day, as we spot interesting developments, this post is updated. Do you have news to share? Tell us here: gotnews@paymentsnews.com!

April 08, 2014

Meet the Glenbrook Team on Thursday, April 17 in Menlo Park, CA

GP Logo Horizontal squareWe're holding an informal meet up with the whole Glenbrook team on Thursday evening, April 17 in Menlo Park. If you're in the area, please RSVP and plan to stop by and join us.

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April 07, 2014

Musings about Bitcoin

PaymentsViews logo 140pxIn an article titled "Bitcoin is like...", Glenbrook's Carol Coye Benson muses about comparing bitcoin to the introduction of the printing press:

The printing press freed the written word from the control of the clergy, and let the masses have direct access to books, to the Bible, to politicians’ screeds. Bitcoin has the potential to free money from the control of bankers, central and otherwise."

What do you think? Carol welcomes your comments!

April 03, 2014

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - April 3, 2014

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Updates from Glenbrook:

Note: Headline News is compiled by Glenbrook Partners. Throughout the day, as we spot interesting developments, this post is updated. Do you have news to share? Tell us here: gotnews@paymentsnews.com!

April 01, 2014

A Look at a Modern API for Card Data

PaymentsViews logo 140pxIn an article titled "Plaid – A Modern API for Card Data", Glenbrook's Russ Jones writes for PaymentsViews.com about Plaid - a new startup company that Russ says "is making the first serious attempt we’ve seen in a while that rethinks the quality of the transaction data."

Every consumer knows how confusing it can be to open up a statement or view their recent activity and find a bunch of transactions for purchases that are not obvious at first glance or maybe not even obvious after a detailed investigation. What is this? Is this a gas station? Was that me or somebody else using my card? And that’s with human reasoning. It gets a lot worse when you try to couple that level of transaction data quality with analytics and third party apps.

Be sure to read more of Russ' thoughts - and share your comments!

March 30, 2014

Glenbrook's Payments Insight Workshops

GP Logo Horizontal 140pxThis week's PaymentsNews.com daily email and RSS feed distribution have been sponsored by Glenbrook's Payments Insight Workshops.

This week we conducted the first of our new Bitcoin: Basics and Beyond workshops in Mountain View, CA. The next session of that workshop will be in New York City on June 25, 2014.

Next up in the Payments Insight series is a workshop on Data in Payments on April 22, 2014 in Mountain View, CA. Glenbrook's Russ Jones is leading this workshop - he writes:

Everyone is saying that "data's where the money is." Big data, small data, transaction data - we all know intuitively that this is important.

But what is payment data, really? How detailed is it? And, most important, who has access to it - and the ability to use it - at what point in the purchase value chain?

Glenbrook's Data in Payments Workshop takes apart these questions, and provides you with a comprehensive understanding of where the value of payments data is, and why it is important.

For more information about Glenbrook's Payments Insight Workshops, you can learn more here - and be sure to contact Russ for more information about the Data in Payments workshop.

Week-long sponsorships of the PaymentsNews.com daily email distribution and RSS feed are available. For more information, please contact: publisher@paymentsnews.com.

March 25, 2014

Same Day ACH - A Step (or Lurch) Ahead...

PaymentsViews logo 140pxIn an article titled "Same Day ACH – A Step (or Lurch) Ahead" on our PaymentsViews.com blog, Glenbrook's Carol Coye Benson writes about last week's announcement by NACHA that it has plans for a phased introduction of same-day settlement for ACH. Carol spoke earlier today with NACHA President and CEO Jan Estep.

Carol writes:

For now, Estep emphasizes that this is the important settlement “layer” – and that products and services will be defined by financial institutions that can rely on the reduced counterparty risks enabled by this initiative. NACHA’s vision is that same day settlement will start with “push” credit transfers – for all ACH types, including P2P, payroll, bill payment and B2B. Receiving banks (RDFI’s in the ACH system) would be required to receive the transactions, and rules are expected to specify same-day posting to recipient accounts.

Be sure to read Carol's article and add your comments on NACHA's new initiative.

March 22, 2014

Glenbrook's Industry Scan Programs

GP Logo Horizontal 140pxThis week's PaymentsNews.com daily email and RSS feed distribution have been sponsored by Glenbrook's Industry Scan Programs.

These valuable programs are managed by partner Erin McCune. She writes:

Perhaps you’re responsible for identifying important industry trends and new initiatives by your company’s competitors. You follow many industry news sources but distilling the most important items to surface to your executives is challenging.

This is what we at Glenbrook do best. We work with your team to ensure your competitive radar is finely tuned, well focused, and effective.

For more information about Glenbrook's Industry Scan Programs, you can learn more here - and be sure to contact Erin to receive a customized quote that meets your specific needs.

Week-long sponsorships of the PaymentsNews.com daily email distribution and RSS feed are available. For more information, please contact: publisher@paymentsnews.com.

March 20, 2014

What Comes After Bitcoin?

PaymentsViews logo 140pxOn our PaymentsViews.com blog, Glenbrook's George Peabody writes about math-based currencies:

Don’t get too attached to how Bitcoin looks today. It or its immediate successor is going to change. Moving to another math-based currency may be in your future because we are only at the end of the beginning of the math-based currency journey.

Read and comment on his post here!

March 13, 2014

A Look at the Evolution of Payments in Southern Africa

PaymentsViews logo 140pxIn a new post titled How to Get Along and Do Good on our PaymentsViews blog, Glenbrook's Elizabeth McQuerry writes about recent developments with payments in southern Africa led by the efforts of the Southern African Development Community (SADC).

Building on a new base of real time gross settlement (RTGS) systems in most countries (efforts supported by the World Bank), the central bank governors in the SADC countries agreed back in 2009 to deploy the additional infrastructures needed to easily exchange bank to bank payments among the SADC countries. These systems have become a regional inter-bank settlement system and a regional clearing capability for EFT credits and debits.
Be sure to read the rest of her post and comment here.

March 03, 2014

Cards and Wallets and Mobile Payments - Oh My!

PaymentsViews logo 140pxOver on our PaymentsViews.com blog, Glenbrook's Carol Coye Benson tries her had at a one page diagram illustrating the evolution of cards, wallets and mobile payments.

What really jumps out for me is the issue of card-not-present rules for cloud wallets. Particularly if these wallets are populated with issuer tokens...
Read her post here - and add your comments!

February 27, 2014

The Chernobyl of Payments?

PaymentsViews logo 140pxIn an article titled "Is the Target Breach the Chernobyl of Payments?" on our PaymentsViews.com blog, Glenbrook's Allen Weinberg says he's "been thinking that the Target breach has become the Chernobyl of the payments world."

I’m wondering if we, who unlike Europeans and others, can’t be bothered to use Verified by Visa and MasterCard SecureCode because “we’re protected anyway”, may be taking a different view of who we give our payment credentials to after “Payments Chernobyl” and what steps we’ll be willing to take to protect our accounts.

Has the Target breach affected your use of cards for payments? Read Allen's article and add your comments - he'd enjoy hearing from you.

February 26, 2014

New on PaymentsViews.com: Mt.Gox Collapses, Bitcoin Shrugs It Off

PaymentsViews logo 140pxIn a post on our PaymentsViews.com web site, Glenbrook's George Peabody takes a look at recent Bitcoin events - and writes "This is not, however, an existential event for Bitcoin as some news outlets have claimed."

February 24, 2014

Dispatch from the Smart Card Alliance Payments Conference

PaymentsViews logo 140pxIn a post over on our PaymentsViews.com blog, Glenbrook's George Peabody provides an update from his visit to the Smart Card Alliance Payments Conference held earlier this month in Salt Lake City.

This year, for EMV in the USA, that groundhog must not have seen his shadow because the card standard’s long winter in the US looks to be ending and, while hardly early, this may be springtime for EMV in the USA.

February 21, 2014

Upcoming Glenbrook Insight Workshops: Bitcoin, Data in Payments

GP Logo Horizontal 140pxGlenbrook is pleased to announce a new series of workshops to complement our Payments Boot Camps. Our one-day Payments Insight Workshops are designed to provide critical in-depth information on specialized topics important to payments professionals.

Our first Insight Workshop, "Bitcoin: Basics and Beyond," will delve into the mechanics, possibilities, and controversies of Bitcoin and the larger world of crypto currencies. Registration for our first session, on March 26th in Mountain View, CA is now open.

Later in the spring, you can look forward to "Data in Payments" on April 22nd and "Innovation in Payments" on May 8th. The schedule of upcoming Insight Workshops, as well as our popular two-day Payments Boot Camps, is on our website.

February 18, 2014

New Kindle Edition of "Payments Systems in the U.S." - Now Available

PSUS KindleWe've often been asked about a Kindle edition of our popular book "Payments Systems in the U.S." - and are proud to announce that our new Kindle edition has just launched in the Amazon.com Kindle Store.

We're also updating the iBooks version of the book for reading on your iPad or the iBooks app on the Mac. Earlier purchasers can download the latest update of the book using the iBooks app on either platform.

Both ebook editions are available in the U.S. at a new low price: $9.99. The softcover print edition will remain available for those who prefer a physical book.

February 12, 2014

What’s the Difference Between Card Acceptance and a Deposit?

GP Logo Horizontal 140pxGlenbrook's Carol Coye Benson has just posted an article on our PaymentsViews.com blog asking the question: "What’s the difference between card acceptance and a deposit?"

In both cases, money is being delivered into a merchant’s bank account – in fact, a purist would point out that a deposit actually is the last stage of card acceptance for a merchant.

But consider instead a different kind of deposit – something that is more like the deposit of your salary into your bank account. In the U.S., this is done through our ACH system. Your employer sends a file to their bank, and a day or two later money is deposited into your account.

Your bank doesn’t charge you for accepting this deposit – in fact, they are glad to have your money come in. They pay a tiny processing fee to the ACH operator who sends the file to them. But no one pays anything like the “merchant discount fee” that a card-accepting merchant pays.

Be sure to read the full article - and share your comments with her!

January 30, 2014

PaymentsViews.com: The Biggest Mobile Payments Story You’ve Never Heard

PaymentsViews logo 140pxIn an article titled The Biggest Mobile Payments Story You’ve Never Heard over on our PaymentsViews.com blog, Glenbrook's Elizabeth McQuerry writes about developments in mobile payments in Latin America. Elizabeth writes:

As we move into 2014 – yet (again) the year when many say mobile payments are destined to gain traction – let’s look at some key developments in the space. No, I’m not talking about the newest pilot participant in ISIS or whether Apple will be the new sheriff in town. Instead, let’s look to the south to where the foundation is being laid for mobile payments to take hold in a few Latin American countries.

If you're so inclined, Elizabeth would appreciate your comments on the article!

January 22, 2014

Managing Cardholder Data Security Risks

GP Logo Horizontal 140pxLast week, Glenbrook's Bryan Derman participated in a webinar titled "Managing Cardholder Data Security Risks in an Evolving Payments Landscape" along with colleagues Craig A. Hoffman of BakerHostetler and Marshall Heilman of Mandiant.

A recording of the webinar along with the slides that were presented are now available online.

January 21, 2014

Now Available: Glenbrook's Payments Systems in the U.S. - Second Edition

The second edition of our book, “Payments Systems in the U.S. - Second Edition” is now available in both print and iBook editions. Updated to reflect recent changes in the industry, the book, described by many as “the new Bible for the Payments Industry”, provides a succinct and entertaining view of payments in the United States.

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The book provides a comprehensive, unbiased, and lively description of the industry”, says Carol Coye Benson, co-author and founding partner at Glenbrook. “It covers what payments systems are and how they work – providing insight into the marketing, economics, operations, technology, risk management and regulatory aspects of each system.

“Like the first edition, the second edition is the companion to our highly popular Payments Boot Camp workshop”, says Scott Loftesness, co-author and founding partner at Glenbrook. “The second edition adds the perspectives of consumers and merchants - the key users of payments systems, as well as that of many payment providers – the networks, banks, processors and service providers.”

Payments Systems in the U.S. - Second Edition is available for order on Amazon.com and as an iBook at the Apple iTunes store. Purchases of the first iBook edition can download an free update to the second edition.

Glenbrook clients may place bulk orders for the book, at a discount, directly with Glenbrook by contacting books@glenbrook.com. Registrants to Glenbrook’s Payment Boot Camp also get a copy of the book when they attend the two-day educational workshop.

January 13, 2014

The Age of Context and Security - on PaymentsViews.com

PaymentsViews logo 140pxGlenbrook's George Peabody has just posted "The Age of Context and Security" in which he explores a set of new technologies that he believes could, in combination, "produce a defense in depth that we have not enjoyed for some time."

Combining the smartphone and the cloud, five “Age of Context” technologies or ACTs as I’m calling them, will change how we live, interact, market, sell, and navigate through our daily and transactional lives, if they haven’t already. The many combinations and intersections of these technologies are raising expectations, and concerns, over what’s to come. Everyone has a stake in the outcome: consumers, retailers, major CPG brands, watchdog organizations, regulators, politicians, and the likes of Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, eBay / PayPal, and the entire payments industry.
In this post, George explores some of these technologies and how they could be combined and used to enhance overall payment system security. He'd welcome your reactions and comments!

January 10, 2014

A Look at Payments Regulation in the US and Innovation

PaymentsViews logo 140pxIn a post titled "Payments Regulation in the United States is Hampering Innovation (Really?)" over on PaymentsViews.com attorney Broox Peterson shares his perspective on payments regulation in the United States and its effect on innovation.

The process of identifying and complying with payments regulation that applies to a startup business is probably less daunting than common perceptions of the process, caused in part by the arm-waving of lawyers and compliance specialists (like me) trying to scare startup businesses to take the regulatory requirements seriously, and perhaps over-succeeding. So let me take a stab at dialing back some of the hysteria over payments regulation."
Broox has done a lot of work in and around this space - his perspective is a very thoughtful one. Share your reaction by adding a comment at the end of his article.

January 09, 2014

New on PaymentsViews.com: Bitcoin in 2014

PaymentsViews logo 140pxOn PaymentsViews.com, Glenbrook's George Peabody takes a look at the year past and the year ahead for Bitcoin.

Unlike so many Internet phenomena, moving money is not amenable to revolution. Steady evolution is required to build confidence. 2014 should see math-based currencies settle down to the work of proving themselves through continued experience and experimentation.
What are your thoughts about Bitcoin for the year ahead? Add your comment to George's post!

December 30, 2013

Happy New Year from Glenbrook!

Happy New Year iStock 000031208272SmallDear Friends,

What a year it has been! I recently posted an article on PaymentsViews.com summing up some of my thoughts - it begins:

Twelve months ago, there were still people in our industry who didn't know what Bitcoin was. There were still people who believed that EMV would roll out in the U.S. just like it did in the UK or Canada or ... There were still people who thought that the developing world would build payments systems that work like those of the developed world. And I could go on...but have decided to look forward, instead.

What are the key developments and ideas for payments in the year ahead? At Glenbrook, we've been thinking about the most important themes that describe both the current state of affairs and the new innovations that matter - to help bring the crystal ball into focus.

I hope you'll continue reading the rest of my article "The State of Payments: 2014" on Payments Views!

It's also been an incredible year for the team here at Glenbrook. We've particularly enjoyed our ongoing interactions with our clients and with the attendees of our boot camps and payments workshops. We thank you very much for your trust and confidence in us.

Please let your colleagues know that we have two Payments Boot Camps coming up early in 2014 - one in Palo Alto, California (February 4th & 5th) and one in New York City (March 18th & 19th). Follow this link for more information on the current agenda, testimonials, and online registration.

The world of payments continues to impress and excite us. We hope we can educate, support, and inspire each other in 2014!

Best wishes for a great 2014 from all of us here at Glenbrook.

Carol Coye Benson

December 24, 2013

Season's Greetings from Glenbrook Partners!

Season s Greetings Glenbrook

We wish you all the best this holiday season - enjoying good times together with family and friends!

December 22, 2013

The State of Payments: 2014

CarolCoyeBensonOver on PaymentsViews.com, Glenbrook's Carol Coye Benson takes a look at where we are in payments as we enter 2014.

What a year it has been! Twelve months ago, there were still people in our industry who didn’t know what Bitcoin was. There were still people who believed that EMV would roll out in the U.S. just like it did in the U.K.

In a post titled "The State of Payments: 2014", Carol writes about the six key themes "that describe both the current state and the innovations that matter" - Chaos, Embedded, Open, Easier, Faster and Secure.

Check out Carol's perspectives - and share your comments!

December 18, 2013

Webinar: Managing Cardholder Data Security Risks in an Evolving Payments Landscape

BryanDermanJoin Glenbrook's Bryan Derman for a free webinar being held on Wednesday, January 15, 2014 from 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. EST on the topic of "Managing Cardholder Data Security Risks in an Evolving Payments Landscape". Other panelists include Craig A. Hoffman from BakerHostetler and Marshall Heilman from Mandiant.

Craig, Bryan, and Marshall will provide a look back on significant payment card security events that occurred in 2013 and the security, risk mitigation, and customer relations lessons that can be learned from them.

They will also discuss what the continuing and emerging threats may be in 2014 and how to integrate security into your payment systems as you evaluate and implement emerging payment technologies.

Online registration for the webinar is now available.

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