Glenbrook

Episode 80 – Talking Tokenization – Glenbrook’s Russ Jones

The payment industry’s responses to ongoing payment security concerns are many. We have procedural approaches and technical ones. For example, we are requiring merchants to attest to their compliance with PCI security standards that themselves include procedural requirements. Technical solutions are also called out by PCI and are, of course, being applied across the ecosystem. […]

Payments on Fire

Episode 78 – Identity Verification in Fraud Prevention – Ajay Andrews, Whitepages

Knowing who you’re dealing with online is critical if you’re taking transaction risk. Digital identity is tough. To address that challenge – and it is a challenge – relying parties, those who take on risk, employ two broad categories of technology: active tools that require user interaction and passive network-based approaches. When the user is […]

ACH

Episode 76 – Payments Canada – Justin Ferrabee, COO

During the Glenbrook Payments Boot Camp we make clear that national payments systems are domestic by definition. Each country has its own set of systems to effect payments. We point out that national payment systems differ in many of their details. Regulation, operating rules, governance, ownership, technology, and more are highly variable. At the same time, […]

Payments on Fire

Episode 71 – The Tech Bringing B2B Fintech to the Mid-tier Bank – Lisa Shields, FI.SPAN

Mid-market financial institutions have enormously strong relationships with their banking customers. But their size makes home grown IT difficult because it is simply too hard, and too costly, to meet all the B2B finance needs of their enterprise customers. The answer, of course, is deeper integration to third party software systems like SAP, Oracle, JDA […]