Tag Archives: tokenization

BLOG: What EMV Tokenization 2.0 means for the payments industry

By David Worthington, VP of Business Development at Rambus.  Technical body EMVCo launched version two of its EMV® Payment Tokenisation Specification – Technical Framework in September. The market has evolved rapidly since v1.0 was launched in 2014 to address the needs of digital payments including eCommerce, and minimize the fraud risk associated to an exposure of primary […]

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G&D provides secure digital-payment solutions for Mastercard tokenization services

G&D has completed the integration of its Convego Hub solution with the Mastercard Digital Enabled Service (MDES). With this integration to MDES, G&D say they can can provide a one-stop solution to Mastercard issuers for secure mobile payments both for issuers’ own wallets on HCE (Host Card Emulation)-enabled mobile devices as well as for issuer […]

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Visa to extend mobile payments into 12 European countries by end 2017

At the launch of its new Innovation Center in London this week,Visa Inc. announced that, by the end of this year, more than 12 European countries are adopting the Visa Token Service, the technology that makes mobile and online payments more secure and convenient by replacing the consumer account information with a digital identifier. The […]

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How can banks simplify tokenization?

by André Stoorvogel, Head of Marketing, Rambus Bell ID Banks around the world are working to develop, launch or expand the mobile payments services they offer to their customers. Many issuers already support the ‘OEM Pays’ – Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay – and many more will seek to as they roll-out into […]

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Visa demos NFC payment ring for use by Team Visa Athletes at Rio 2016 Olympics

Visa Inc., the exclusive payment provider at the Olympic and Paralympic Games, has unveiled the first payment wearable ring backed by a Visa account for use at the Rio 2016 Games. The Visa payment ring will be given to all Team Visa athletes in Rio, a group of 45 Olympic hopefuls from around the world […]

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Smart Payment Association; Is there a case for the regulation of tokenization services?

by the Smart Payment Association. The initiation of a card payment first requires the transmission of the card’s Payment Account Number (PAN) to the payment acceptor; this PAN is then automatically retrieved from the card in a physical terminal or manually entered by the cardholder in the website of an online merchant. However, the increasing […]

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