Securing Remote Payments - November 12, 2014
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
9:30 a.m.–5 p.m., with a reception immediately following
The Atlanta Fed's Retail Payments Risk Forum
The Secure Remote Payment Council
The need for efficient and secure payment processing in the card-not-present environment has never been more pressing. Advancements in risk mitigation solutions to address the challenges will continue to unfold, likely in the form of end-to-end encryption, tokenization, and dynamic authentication. Removing sensitive card data from the payments system and providing better protection mechanisms for the online payments environment will remain top priorities for the payments industry. The emergence of bitcoin and other virtual currencies could be a sign that the payments industry will be looking for new ways to support the movement of funds.
This forum will examine the advancements in risk mitigation solutions for the detection, protection, and prevention of fraud and consider ways to enhance the security of card-not-present transactions.
Registration information is available.
Attendance of industry experts, regulators, policymakers, and law enforcement officials is by invitation only.
This event is free. It will include a continental breakfast, luncheon buffet, and evening reception.
Doug King, Retail Payments Risk Forum, Douglas.A.King@atl.frb.org or 404-498-7974
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is located at 1000 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30309.