LONDON, UK. October 27, 2016; MYPINPAD, an enabler of multi-factor authentication for unsecured touchscreen devices such as mobile phones and tablets, has announced that it has joined the ATM Industry Association (ATMIA), a non-profit, global trade group which promotes ATM growth, convenience and best practice worldwide.
Already members of the FIDO Alliance and Vendorcom, MYPINPAD is committed to forging partnerships with alliances and member groups which promote best practice in all areas of the payments industry.
David Poole, Business Development Director of MYPINPAD explains why the Company has joined ATMIA: “The PIN and the ATM go hand in hand. Since the first ATM was used some fifty years ago, users have authenticated themselves by using a PIN. Without the PIN, there would be no ATMs as we know them. MYPINPAD is committed to taking the PIN to its next level, taking it from the physical environment into the digital arena to allow for safe and simple online authentication. We are pleased to be taking an active role in ATMIA and look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with the Organisation and its members.”
Michael Lee, ATMIA’s CEO welcomed MYPINPAD, saying: “We are very happy to welcome MYPINPAD to ATMIA. Every one of our members is committed to promoting best practice for our collective industry and a crucial component of this is promoting the safe use of the PIN. MYPINPAD share our values and goals and we look forward to working with them.”
MYPINPAD (MPP) is an enabler of multi-factor authentication for unsecured touchscreen devices such as mobile phones and tablets. MYPINPAD provides a modular PaaS or customer hosted platform that delivers security with familiar and friendly user authentication interfaces, including cardholder PIN. MPP operates throughout Europe and Asia. With simple integration in to modern and legacy payment systems the Company enables acquirers, issuers, card schemes, merchants and PSP’s around the world to better manage risk and fraud.