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More MRC with Cardinal!

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.

During the day, there were many different breakout sessions. One of them was a panel on False Positives, moderated by Alasdair Rambaud, Senior Vice President of Merchant Services at Cardinal. The panel was very well-attended, and the guests were engaged by the speakers. The attendees asked some thought-provoking questions, which prompted a great discussion between the speakers and the guests.

After a long, tiring day, everyone made their way to the exhibit hall for the evening reception, where magician Rick Smith Jr. was putting on a show again. For true performers, the show must go on! That applies to MRC 2017 as well!

Today, the last day of MRC 2017, Tim Sherwin, Chief Executive Officer at Cardinal, and Ann Ewing, Senior Business Leader, Global Risk & Authentication Products at Visa will be delivering their presentation on 3DS 2.0, and will discuss its impact on Mobile.

With just one day left, we are entering the home stretch! Up to this point, MRC 2017 has been excellent, but there is still time left to go to more sessions, and to learn even more about the present, and future, of the digital payments industry. With One Connection to Cardinal, we can Drive your Digital Commerce. 

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Posted by CardinalCommerce

Welcome to the CardinalCommerce blog. Cardinal is a global leader in authenticating digital transactions, with One Connection to drive digital commerce. Our goal for this blog is to provide a platform that will inform and educate our Customers and partners on consumer authentication, payments, mobile commerce, solution design and big data.

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

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