As the U.S. embarks upon its migration to EMV, fraudsters will begin testing other vulnerabilities and channels to exploit. As EMV alone does not protect all transaction-related data from exposure during a breach, we need to take a look at a broad range of complementary technologies, such as tokenization, encryption and biometrics to help both authenticate transactions as well as secure the resulting data.
When it comes to selecting and implementing appropriate safeguards against attack, forensic investigations are able show precisely where transactions and data are vulnerable, allowing the costs of those security measures to be calculated and compared with any potential liability and acceptable levels of risk. So will the industry settle on compliance equating to "good enough" security, which could potentially result in an endless game of catch-up with our adversaries, or should a fresh, bolder approach be taken? Join this panel of experts to walk through these interrelated topics and step away with a much clearer picture of this complex set of issues.
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