Want to learn more about payment security for the most common payment types? Or where to go to understand fraud trends?
Join us for a webinar highlighting the industry’s use of the recently published Payment Lifecycles and Security Profiles. These valuable online resources outline the payment lifecycles, security characteristics and relevant laws and regulations by payment type. You also will hear about the industry’s application of the Information Sharing Data Sources published last fall, which highlight broad-reaching intelligence reports, payments fraud trends, best practices, benchmarks and additional resources that can help your organization address payments fraud risk.
Your industry colleagues, former Secure Payments Task Force participants, will discuss how they have used these resources within their organizations and provide insights to help the industry continue to leverage this information. You also will learn about the Federal Reserve’s latest efforts to support payment security, including an in-process study on payments fraud.
What: Secure Payments Webinar
When: June 12, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. CT
Who: All payment industry stakeholders
The Secure Payments Task Force, active from June 2015 to March 2018, provided a forum for stakeholders to advise the Federal Reserve on payment security matters and determine areas of focus for payment security and priorities for action. The task force comprised a coalition of more than 200 payment industry stakeholders who worked collaboratively to address payment security challenges. The task force’s accomplishments included:
- Identifying security improvement priorities, including payment identity management, data protection and information sharing to help reduce risk and fraud
- Providing input into the development of security-related faster payments effectiveness criteria
- Publishing the Information Sharing Data Sources and Payment Lifecycles and Security Profiles on SecurePaymentsTaskForce.org
Learn more about these resources by visiting SecurePaymentsTaskForce.org.
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