Contactless World Congress

Contactless World Congress: Sponsorship and exhibition guide

This 16-page sponsorship and exhibition guide explains how Contactless World Congress works, provides demographic information on the audience the event will attract, and sets out the options available for suppliers seeking to connect with NFCW’s 12,000+ Knowledge Centre members around the world.

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Dejamobile's 'Driving wider adoption of digital payments at the point of sale' white paper

Driving wider adoption of digital payments at the point of sale: Accepting contactless payments on off-the-shelf smartphones or tablets

This 22-page white paper explains how next-generation, 100% software point-of-sale (POS) card acceptance solutions offer benefits across the retail payments ecosystem by enabling merchants to use standard, commercial off-the-shelf (Cots) NFC mobile devices to accept in-store contactless payments.

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'Securing HCE mobile payments with TEEs' white paper covershot

Enhancing HCE mobile payments with TEEs

This 12-page white paper reports on work underway in France to make it easier for card issuers and host card emulation (HCE) suppliers to make use of trusted execution environments (TEEs) to increase the security of their mobile payments services.

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Payment industry of Bangladesh white paper

Briefing: Payment industry of Bangladesh

This 30-page white paper explores the changing payments ecosystem in Bangladesh and evaluates the current and potential impact of mobile payments on the financial, banking and retail sectors.

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Proxama EMV white paper

EMV: The stepping stone to mobile

This 12-page white paper by Proxama explores how EMV can provide a stepping stone to mobile payments and makes a positive business case for its adoption.

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Gemalto Ponemon

Global study on the state of payment data security

This 16-page white paper by Gemalto presents the findings of research carried out on behalf of the digital security giant by the Ponemon Institute. The findings are based on a survey of more than 3,700 IT and IT security professionals across the world and identifies the major risks to payment data security and how companies currently address them.

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