This 11-page white paper makes the case for adopting digital mechanisms for PIN delivery in place of traditional paper-based systems.
This 22-page white paper from Gemalto presents the findings of research into the adoption of contactless technology by businesses across the UK, Germany and Spain. It also examines attitudes towards this technology and how businesses plan to develop its use in future.
This 25-page white paper from Gemalto presents the findings of research into the expectations that young adult consumers have for the development of mobile technology and connectivity over the next 10 years.
This five-page white paper from HID Global looks at how NFC can provide a secure and straightforward means of managing and monitoring in-home healthcare visits.
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.
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.
This 10-page white paper produced by Rambus clarifies the role of the token service provider (TSP) and offers advice to help banks choose an appropriate TSP solution.
This 56-page white paper produced by the GSMA provides an extensive overview of the impact of mobile technology on transport systems across the globe. It evaluates the value this technology has for transport operators, mobile network operators and passengers and considers key issues relating to its implementation.
This 12-page white paper by Rambus clarifies the function of the token service provider within a tokenized payment system and evaluates the commercial and security benefits of adopting the role.
This six-page white paper by the NFC Forum addresses the key issues facing US retailers following 2015’s EMV liability shift in the context of the ongoing trend towards mobile payments, and makes the case for adopting contactless technology.
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