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Payments Cards and Mobile January/February 2017

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In-depth analysis, industry snapshots, news in brief and authoritative features – Payments Cards and Mobile’s authoritative, impartial, editorial coverage separates hype from happening within the payment cards and mobile payment industry.

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In This Issue

Cover story – Payment Cards In Europe

Cards and card payment at the point of sale and online showed solid growth rates in most European countries in 2015. This was supported by the roll-out of new technologies, such contactless, digital wallets and mobile NFC. We examine the statistics and notable trends.

Cybercrime – Cyber heists and the cyber security fight back 

2016 was the year when cybercrime reached record levels with a $81 million cyber heist on the Bangladesh central bank, and an unprecedented number of ATM attacks and data security breaches. We look back on the top cyber security threats of last year and how this may play out in 2017.

Artificial intelligence – The rise of the machines 

Move over Big Data. There are two new buzz words in town: ‘artificial intelligence’ and ‘machine learning’. The claims being made for these technologies are just as significant, if not more so than those made for Big Data three to five years ago. So, how widespread is the use of artificial intelligence today? And what are the implications for the payments industry?

Card Notes

  • HOW DO YOU SOLVE A PROBLEM LIKE BRANCH TRANSFORMATION?
  • EMV CARD-PRESENT TRANSACTIONS EXCEED 42 PERCENT GLOBALLY
  • CASH BAN CAUSES CHAOS IN INDIA
  • FEDERAL RESERVE PAYMENTS STUDY HIGHLIGHTS STRONG TRENDS IN CARD USE
  • UK CONSUMERS SUPPORT DATA-DRIVEN FRAUD PREVENTION
  • A NEW WAY TO PAY?
  • THE FUTURE IS HAPPENING IN REAL-TIME
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