Posts Tagged ‘Visa’

Citi, State Farm, T. Rowe, Visa, & Zurich: Apps For Noncustomers

A while back, I wrote a blog post that shared ways in which the financial services industry can leverage social tools to win over existing customers, cultivate new ones, and become more efficient in their business operations. One example was how Barclays created a new product called Barclaycard Ring, which gives cardmembers the opportunity to […]

The Effect Of Anonymous’ Operation Icarus On Financial Services

Anonymous, an international network of hackers, recently pledged to take on the financial services industry in a 30-day cyberattack campaign called “Operation Icarus,” more commonly referred to online as #OpIcarus. While the information about the group’s plan is somewhat spotty, various videos (purportedly, the group’s very own) and news articles indicate that the group is […]

Smile! MasterCard Will Leverage Selfies To Verify Your Identity

  According to research, approximately 31.8 million consumers in the US experienced credit card fraud in 2014. That’s triple the number in 2013! And the number doesn’t appear to be going down any time soon. On a positive note, credit card issuers are stepping up their game by introducing security methods, such as Europay, MasterCard […]

Infographic describing the mobile payments market

The Future of Mobile Payments

Mashable.com has an article about the future of mobile payments.  It’s an interesting article that tells you more about where it’s headed.   Both Google and ebay think it’s important.  My favorite is the list of contenders.