Bell ID: The Evolution of the ‘Token’
Over the last few years, the usage of the words ‘token’ and ‘tokenization’ has evolved a great deal at Bell ID. The last 12 months, however, have brought about the biggest change (both at Bell ID and in the wider industry) as ‘payment tokenization’ has come to the fore. Where did it all start? Token […]
Payment Buzz at Mobile World Congress
Mobile World Congress (MWC) is typically where the industry’s direction is made clear. For those of us involved in payments, Barcelona has given us plenty to think about.
Payment Tokenization & HCE @ Mobile World Congress
Our experts at MWC will be discussing developments in payment integration on different mobile operating systems, HCE, Secure Element in the Cloud, payment tokenization and all things NFC.
US EMV Payments: PIN or Signature?
There are lots of ongoing discussions around EMV payments in the US. The one going on the longest has to be on the card verification method (CVM) that should be used for consumers to authenticate EMV payments: PIN or signature?
2015 Predictions: EMV Payments
EMV payments continued to make headlines in 2014 as the US forged ahead with its adoption of this payment infrastructure.
2015 Predictions: HCE & Tokenization
In 2015, tokenization will take the headlines. This is being driven by the recent developments in HCE and Apple’s entry into mobile payments with Apple Pay.
What is a Token Service Provider?
The Token Service Provider is an entity within the payments ecosystem that is able to provide registered Token Requestors with ‘surrogate’ PAN values.
EBOOK: Host Card Emulation: NFC’s Missing Link
Host Card Emulation technology emulates a payment card on a mobile device using software, thus removing the physical barrier. The functionality of the SE is fulfilled in a remote environment.
Token Service Provider? Look no Further!
With Token Service Provider issuers, acquirers and merchants that wish to offer mobile payments can manage all elements of the tokenization process.
Bell ID at Money 20/20 and CARTES!
The debate surrounding the future of payments is set to continue next week at two of the most high-profile industry events: Money 20/20 and CARTES.