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  • How to capitalize on change in 2020

    The Internet of Things, digital wallets, and customer relationships should be on every community bank’s priority list in 2020 and beyond, according to a new Main Street Matters post.
  • Deborah Matthews Phillips Joins ICBA as Senior Vice President, Payments and Technology Policy

    ICBA announced that Deborah Matthews Phillips has joined its government relations team as senior vice president of payments and technology policy, a new position created to augment ICBA staff resources in a dynamic payments environment.
  • Mobile Contactless Fraud Schemes: What You Need to Know

    Recently, with the growing popularity of mobile wallets and contactless cards, we are seeing criminals using contactless near-field communication (NFC) acceptance as an alternative way to monetize stolen magnetic stripe data. With the number of cardholder payment options available to consumers (e.g. magnetic stripe, mobile, contact chip, and contactless chip) it is increasingly important for issuers to take a comprehensive validation approach across the different form factors and interfaces through which a payment can be made. Use of best practices for point-of-sale (POS) entry modes validation is an essential step for identifying and preventing fraud.
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  • Mobile Contactless Fraud Schemes: What You Need to Know

    Recently, with the growing popularity of mobile wallets and contactless cards, we are seeing criminals using contactless near-field communication (NFC) acceptance as an alternative way to monetize stolen magnetic stripe data. With the number of cardholder payment options available to consumers (e.g. magnetic stripe, mobile, contact chip, and contactless chip) it is increasingly important for issuers to take a comprehensive validation approach across the different form factors and interfaces through which a payment can be made. Use of best practices for point-of-sale (POS) entry modes validation is an essential step for identifying and preventing fraud.
  •  A New Tool to Fight Synthetic Identity Fraud

    In order to help combat synthetic identity fraud, Electronic Consumer Based Social Security Number Verification, or eCBSV, is being developed as a result of section 215 of the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act, Public Law (PL) 115-174.
  • 10 Tips for Community Banks to Fight Fraud this Holiday Season