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  • industry news

    The latest version of EMV® 3-D Secure – a deeper dive

    EMV 3DS can help manage PSD2 SCA’s exemptions. See if they’ll work for you.

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  • our stories

    2020 What is happening and what is to come at Cardinal

    At Cardinal, our 2020 resolution is all about building our existing capabilities and expanding our reach in the latest protocols. See what we've got planned for 2020.

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  • case study

    Clothing and Footwear Benchmark

    Learn how authentication affects Card-not-Present authorization rates and key statistics on fraud in the clothing and footwear industry.

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  • mandates

    Is your shopping cart ready for PSD2 SCA?

    Authentication is core to payment processing in Europe, so if your digital transactions are not authenticated, you will be expected to implement a solution before your business is impacted.

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case studies

EMV® 3-D Secure - It’s not your main business, it’s ours.

There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to building your own EMV 3DS solution versus implementing a commercially-available solution.

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industry news

March 14 and what it means to European merchants

As of March 14, 2020, Visa is mandating issuers in the European Economic Area (EEA) need to be live with EMV® 3DS v2.1.

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industry news

The latest version of EMV® 3-D Secure – a deeper dive

EMV 3DS can help manage PSD2 SCA’s exemptions. See if they’ll work for you.

read more
industry news

The latest version of EMV 3-D Secure – Why you should be updating now

Learn about key dates for EMV 3DS v2.2 and some of its benefits around PSD2 SCA.

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industry news

AP CEMEA EMV® 3-D Secure Activation – what it is and what it means to you

Learn about Visa’s activation dates for EMV 3DS in the AP and CEMEA regions, and how you can get ready.

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industry news

3DS replay: What we are seeing and how you can maximize approvals

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our stories

2020 What is happening and what is to come at Cardinal

At Cardinal, our 2020 resolution is all about building our existing capabilities and expanding our reach in the latest protocols. See what we've got planned for 2020.

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our stories

Looking back on a year of change for Cardinal and the payments space

Cardinal has a new look … and so do some of our solutions. Check them out.

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webinars

An Inside Look at Industry Performance Using 3DS

We take a closer look at KPIs and stats from different industries in the card-not-present market including – authorization rates, fraud rates, and the overall impact 3-D Secure has on authorization. How will your industry measure up?

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webinars

Driving Increased Approval Rates – An Update on Mastercard® Identity Check™ Insights

It’s been a year since your last update on Mastercard® Identity Check™ Insights. Spoiler alert – we’ve got big news to share. We think you’ll be excited to hear the results and learn how this could help your business.

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webinars

Ready or Not: Important Dates for 3-D Secure

With the constant changes in the digital space, merchants and issuers have a lot to keep up with. In our next webinar, we’re sharing important dates and deadlines you’ll need.

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webinars

Solution Design and Implementation Considerations for 3-D Secure

There’s a lot to uncover when it comes to implementing 3-D Secure. Join our experts as they discuss EMV® 3-D Secure’s improved solution design, requirements for implementation, timeframes and networks dates, and answer your questions about implementation.

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Resources

Payments glossary

eCommerce concepts defined: an A‑Z reference guide for industry terms.

Industry benchmarks

Learn how 3‑D Secure can lead to higher authorization rates and help remove fraud. Download these free industry benchmark studies to see how 3‑D Secure impacts different verticals.

FAQs

Our consumer authentication experts offer answers to our users' most Frequently Asked Questions.

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