Payments News


Oct 02, 2017
As consumers become more aware — and less tolerant —of payment fraud, more needs to be done to win their trust in digital transactions.

With the rise in autonomous vehicles, Quantum computing, biometrics and Artificial Intelligence– we’re undeniably in the age of digital innovation. New, dynamic, life changing technology is unveiled with every passing month, with the potential to revolutionize how consumers, society and economies operate. However, without trust – these innovations can never truly be embraced in their entirety, limiting their potential to enhance people’s lives.

The idea of trust has been important throughout history. It’s the backbone of every service and operation – and this is especially the case when it comes to payments. But, in the age of technology where the value and importance of identity and privacy has never been higher, how can trust be established or maintained?

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