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More MRC with Cardinal!

Posted by CardinalCommerce
Mar 16, 2017 10:15:00 AM

Yesterday served as the official first day of the Merchant Risk Council’s eCommerce, Payments and Risk Conference. In the morning, before the keynote speaker, Frank Abagnale, delivered his remarks, Cardinal’s own Mike Keresman spoke about the history of money, and some of the innovations that are fundamentally changing the industry for the better.

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Topics: MRC, 2IDSELECT, false postives, eCommerce, 3DS 2.0

Connect with Cardinal at MRC Vegas 2017!

Posted by CardinalCommerce
Feb 9, 2017 8:30:00 AM

It might not seem like it, but the Merchant Risk Council’s eCommerce, Payments and Risk Conference in Las Vegas is right around the corner! Before you know it, your bags will be packed, and you will be on a plane to Las Vegas for the festivities and Cardinal, as the overall sponsor of this year’s conference, will be there in full force!

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Topics: Consumer Authentication, MRC, eCommerce

Cardinal Joins Visa

Posted by Tim Sherwin
Feb 1, 2017 12:30:00 PM

We are excited to let you know that, as of today, Cardinal is officially a part of the Visa family! We have successfully closed the previously announced transaction.

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Topics: Consumer Authentication, CardinalCommerce, Visa, eCommerce

Holiday Shopping: Are your Transactions Secure? and What to Expect this Season!

Posted by Ian Poole
Nov 8, 2016 8:24:00 AM

Ready or not, the holiday shopping season is in full swing! Find out what to expect from online retail this holiday season.

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Topics: Fraud, CardinalCommerce, EMV, holiday shopping, eCommerce

EMV: How CCA Complements EMV

Posted by Ian Poole
Oct 18, 2016 8:30:00 AM

EMV is an important way to protect transactions from fraud in the POS world. Cardinal Consumer Authentication is the perfect complement to EMV, making fraud impossible for Card-Not-Present (CNP) transactions.

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Topics: Fraud, CardinalCommerce, EMV, eCommerce

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