The Retail Payments Risk Forum works with financial institutions and industry participants, regulators, and law enforcement officials to research issues and sponsor dialogue to help promote the mitigation of risks in paper, plastic, and digital payments.
The electronic payment order (EPO) does not fit neatly into the current legal or regulatory payments infrastructure. To begin the process of defining EPOs and moving toward a clear legal outcome, the Atlanta Fed recently hosted the EPO Forum with payments industry participants.
The two global ATM cash-out schemes that netted a cybercrime organization a whopping $45 million are a "game changer" for the security controls of all types of card management applications, says Portals and Rails. How should bankers and card management processors respond?
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Promoting the Federal Reserve's collaboration and coordination with Latin American, Caribbean, and Spanish financial institutions and marketsLearn more