Security

You definitely can with Onescan

You definitely can with Onescan

But EBA says one-time SMS codes are not enough

The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published a new opinion on the Secure Customer Authentication (SCA) regulations scheduled to come into force this September. In a view that has caught many by surprise, the EBA says that those approaches that simply rely on One Time Passcodes (OTPs) sent by SMS do not actually comply with the new rules.

Staying ahead of the standards

Staying ahead of the standards

Industry standards are a good thing – there’s very little argument against their existence or their purpose. They help markets to coalesce around some best practices, and they can help deliver economies of scale as well as drive actual market scale. But if you sense a ‘but’ coming along in this train of thought, you would be at least partly right.

Ensygnia launches with Worldpay marketplace

Ensygnia launches with Worldpay marketplace

Think of us as Amazon 1-click meets Braintree for interaction. We rapidly and seamlessly connect any and all systems required in your multichannel consumer journeys. This delivers a brilliant customer experience, with invisible world-class security and PCI Level 1 & PSD2 compliance if payments are needed.

China's 520 million smartphones and counting

China's 520 million smartphones and counting

Solutions like Onescan - which work across many different handsets and infrastructure platforms, both in-store and online - are ideally placed to take advantage of that growth and the 520 million smartphones and counting.

Amazon's mobile wallet goes back in its pocket

Amazon's mobile wallet goes back in its pocket

"I've made billions of dollars of failures at Amazon.com. Literally billions. … Companies that don’t embrace failure and continue to experiment eventually get in the desperate position where the only thing they can do is make a Hail Mary bet at the end of their corporate existence."