Payments On Fire

Payments on Fire

Episode 102 – nexo standards Attacks Point of Sale Complexity – Jacques Soussana, General Secretary

Listen to George and Jacques Soussana, General Secretary, of nexo Standards, an organization based in Europe with global goals to establish interoperability of hardware, software, and data across the point of sale and e-commerce domains. Interoperability in a Complex Ecosystem The payments industry is in a period of especially swift change. New methods of payment, […]

Faster Payments

Episode 101 – The U.S. Faster Payments Council – Kim Ford

  Talking Faster Payments In this Payments on Fire® episode, Faster Payments Council Executive Director Kim Ford discusses the Council’s work, the U.S. Faster Payments Barometer survey, and where we are today with Glenbrook’s Beth Horowitz Steel and Elizabeth McQuerry. Take a listen and take the survey. You’ll contribute to the Council’s education, planning, and […]

Payments on Fire

Episode 98 – Google Pay Deep Dive with Google’s Steve Klebe

The global spread of digital payments gets a huge boost from giants like Google. Google’s Google Pay is far more than just a wallet, and the subject of this Payments on Fire® episode with Steve Klebe. Steve heads Google’s Processor and Partnerships business and has terrific experience in our industry, working with payment gateway CyberSource, payment […]

Payments on Fire

Episode 97 – Data Breach Prevention, Investigation, and Remediation – Chris Uriarte, AON Cyber Solutions

Here on Payments on Fire® we’ve spoken a lot with risk and fraud management firms that generally offer some combination of services and technologies that promises to lower customer exposure to payments fraud, data theft, and operational risk. There’s another dimension to cyber security that’s based on expertise – before and after a data breach. […]

Glenbrook

Episode 96 – Enterprise Risk, No Time to Relax – Tricia Phillips, Kount

The task of risk management in the payments business keeps getting bigger. Where once the concern was confined to payments alone – starting with counterfeit checks and currency – payment electronification has created a universe of potential risks. Risk now includes fraudulent cards, system and network hacks, data breaches, and account takeover with all the […]