2017

Feb 21, 2017

The Social Benefits of Biometrics

In addition to its usefulness in payments authentication, biometrics technology can help track an infant's vaccination schedule in developing countries. Take On Payments asks, are there other biometric programs that provide such benefits?

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Feb 13, 2017

The Five-Star That Flops

Mobile commerce may be like the two-star recruit who goes on to lead the team to victory, while mobile payments may be like the five-star bust. Read more in this week's Take On Payments post.

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Feb 06, 2017

ACH: No Trace Left Behind

ACH—Automated Clearing House—offers no definitive method for identifying a payment and any associated return, dishonored return, or contested-dishonored. Take On Payments looks at the issue and offers a solution.

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Jan 30, 2017

Pssst…Have You Heard about PSD2?

A number of major changes are coming to the European banking landscape, thanks to the recently adopted revised Directive on Payments Services. Take On Payments asks, can the United States learn anything from this piece of legislation?

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Jan 23, 2017

Mobile Banking and Payments Survey Results

Many financial institutions cite biometric methodologies as the security tool they would most likely use in their mobile banking and payments program. Read more findings of the 2016 survey in Take On Payments post.

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Jan 17, 2017

Expanding Cybersecurity

Sharing information may be a part of strengthening cybersecurity, but it makes payments people a little nervous. That topic was part of the conversation at the recent FS-ISAC Fall Summit. Take On Payments continues the conversation.

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Jan 09, 2017

The Year in Review

The U.S. migration to chip cards continued, with chip cards now representing about 70 percent of credit and debit cards. Take On Payments says goodbye to 2016 with a look at this and other payments-related issues that were relevant during the year.

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