Insight into the new security standard for software-based PIN entry on COTS devices to drive development of Secure Software-Based PIN Entry Solutions and enable merchants to accept software-based PIN-entry payments on commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) devices
Following the release of PCI SSC’s new standard for card payment acceptance on mobile devices, join us on 14th February at 8.30am for an Executive Briefing to understand the impact of ‘Software-Based PIN Entry’. How it will operate and how it will benefit Acquirers, PSP’s and merchants of all shapes and sizes.
Discover how the most secure solution for face-to-face payments authentication, ‘PIN on Mobile’ (PoM), presents new, innovative opportunities for increasing global card acceptance and mitigating fraud whilst also reducing barriers to entry for all merchants.
THE COUNCIL’S PERSPECTIVE
This is the first opportunity since its publication to hear directly from PCI Security Standards Council’s International Director, Jeremy King about this gaming-changing standard and its certification. Jeremy will provide detailed insight into PCI’s strategy and how the new standard is set to be delivered.
THE RETAILERS PERSPECTIVE
Martin Schofield, Managing Director at Retail247, a specialist Retail consultancy, will explain why mobile and tablet-based payment solutions present many opportunities for retailers, both operationally and financially. He will discuss why retailers will be motivated both by the technology as well as strategically by this latest payment innovation.
THE PAYMENTS PERSPECTIVE
Gary Munro, Principal Consultant at Consult Hyperion, will provide a review of the impacts for the payments industry as a whole and from his unique position describe the short term and longer term impacts of this revolutionary technology for the industry.
MYPINPAD is delighted to sponsor this unique, informative event, David Poole, Global Head of Mobile POS Solutions, will host the breakfast briefing. Spaces are limited. To secure your place on 14th February, please register now.