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How to build and launch an efficient and flexible blockchain payments solution

Your organization has identified a business and revenue opportunity to incorporate blockchain into your offering (or maybe launch a new product line that involves digital assets), and now you’re ready to implement this technology into a product offering. The question now is, “Where do we begin?” Ideally, your team will be working with partners and products that can easily fit into your existing tech stack and operational workflows.

Understanding iGaming Payment Fraud Risks in Africa

If you're engaged with the iGaming community, do you consider the fraud risks associated with online payments in Africa? As the iGaming sector expands across the continent, understanding the challenges of securing transactions and safeguarding personal information is crucial.

How to Building a Secure and User-Friendly Payment App

As smartphones continue to permeate every aspect of our existence, the demand for convenient and secure payment solutions has skyrocketed. This growing demand can be attributed to the rapid pace of technological advancements and the ever-increasing need for seamless digital experiences. How to create a payment app?

PCI DSS v4.0: What You Need to Know and What the End of v3.2.1 Means for the Future of Digital Payments

On March 31st, 2024, The Payments Card Industry Standards Security Council (PCI SSC) officially retired version 3.2.1 of the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) with the publication of its new sets of protocols and security standards for v4.0. With the continued rise in cyber threats against financial services and institutions, PCI DSS v4.0 supersedes version 3.2.1 to tackle evolving threats and technologies, facilitating enhanced approaches to counteract emerging types of cyber attacks.

How To Know If An Online Transaction Is Secure Before You Pay

To determine whether an online transaction is secure, one must look for clear indicators such as a secure encrypted connection, a well-known payment gateway, and reliable payment options. This article will guide you through these essential signs to protect your personal information during online financial transactions.

Top 6 Secure Payment Methods

With cyber threats on online payment methods becoming more common in today's digital age, ensuring that payment systems are secure and sensitive information is not hijacked when making payments has become ever more critical. To ensure that you choose the right option when making payments online or physically, we have compiled a list of the top 6 most secure payment methods. These payment options prioritize security, offering robust features and protections to safeguard your financial data.

Credit Card vs Debit Card: Which Is Safer?

Identity theft and card fraud are the main concerns associated with using debit and credit cards. Like any financial instrument, credit and debit cards are susceptible to certain security threats that can compromise cardholders' information and lead to credit card fraud or debit card fraud. Common examples of such financial security threats include card theft, phishing, skimming, malware, card cloning, vishing, weak passwords/PINs, and social engineering.

Why Cyber-Fraud Teams Are the Next Big Thing in Payments Security

The growing inter-connectedness of digital systems, combined with the alarming ingenuity of financial criminals, has led to a convergence between payment fraud, cybercrime, and AML. As financial transactions increasingly occur online and real-time payments have expanded to over seventy countries, cybercriminals are exploiting these trends by developing sophisticated schemes to target vulnerabilities in digital payment systems.

Outsmarting PayPal Scammers to Keep Your Cash Safe

Over the years, PayPal has earned a reputation for being a secure and easy way to send and receive money. However, no payment system is entirely immune to scams, and cybercriminals often exploit these platforms due to their widespread popularity and trust among users. PayPal is the most widely used online payment system in the US, making it a compelling target for scammers looking to capitalize on its extensive user base.