Research and Markets: Payment Card Data Security Report: Combating Breaches, Perfecting EMV and Safeguarding Mobile Payments

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jx2985/payment_card_data) has announced the addition of Javelin Strategy & Research's new report "Payment Card Data Security Report: Combating Breaches, Perfecting EMV and Safeguarding Mobile Payments" to their offering.

Data breaches, EMV, and mobile payments are key issues affecting the security of payment card data, and managing each will require overcoming formidable challenges. Criminals are seizing on lax data security to compromise card data at an alarming rate, placing consumers and financial institutions at odds with merchants over the aftermath.

Adoption of EMV could dramatically change the nature of card fraud in the United States, and the rollout may also portend improved data security among merchants. Unfortunately recent legislation is creating more questions than answers for everyone with a stake in EMV, and that is affecting its deployment.

A double threat, mobile wallets are introducing new players to the payments world, and their handling of the payment experience and data security is prompting a serious response from the old guard of card brands and financial institutions.

Primary Questions

- What is the connection between breaches of payment card data and card fraud?

- How does breach-related fraud affect the relationship among retailers, financial institutions, and consumers?

- What actions are consumers and financial institutions taking in response to breaches in the retail industry?

- What are the impediments to the rollout of EMV, and how do they influence the security of card data?

- How are mobile wallets affecting the relationship between the financial industry and consumers?

- What security issues do payment cards face because of mobile wallets?

- How is the financial industry responding to the threats posed by mobile wallets?

Audience:

Financial Institutions, Merchant Acquirers, Payment Processors, Card Networks, Mobile Wallet Providers, Financial Technology Vendors, Merchants, and Regulators.

Key Topics Covered:

Overview

Methodology

Executive Summary

Key Findings

Recommendations

Data Breaches: The Primary Source of Misused Payment Cards

Data Obfuscation as a Breach Deterrent

Obfuscation Options: Point-to-Point Encryption and Tokenization

Recent Breaches Illustrate the Value of Obfuscation

Global Payments Breach

Grocery Chain Breaches

Assigning Blame: Consumers and Financial Institutions Hold Retailers Responsible

NAFCU Suggested Changes to Senate Bill 1193

EMV: More at Stake than Fraud Prevention

Durbin Amendment Impedes US EMV Rollout

Mobil e Payments: Challenging the Security of Cards

Retailer Driven Solution's: Starbucks and MCX

Aggregator Wallets, Conditional Use, and Collective Tokenization

Issuers Look to Secure Third-Party Solution's to Stake Their Claim

Related Research

Companies Mentioned

Table of Figures

Companies Mentioned

- American Express

- Discover

- Google

- Mapco Express

- MasterCard

- Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX)

- Paydiant

- PayPal

- PCI

- RSA

- Schnucks

- Starbucks

- The Clearing House

- Visa

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jx2985/payment_card_data

Source: Javelin Strategy & Research

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Sector: Cards

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Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager.
press@researchandmarkets.com
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716
Sector: Cards