3D Secure 2.0 is the main online card payment authentication solution that will make you stay compliant with PSD2 requirements. If you’re still not sure how new requirements can impact your business or how to implement changes, here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
The deadline for meeting PSD2 regulations is fast approaching, but there are still more questions than answers. Here’s what you should know about the upcoming changes to prepare better.
As I’ve mentioned in one of the previous blog posts, EMV® 3D Secure was broadly discussed during this year’s PCI European Community Meeting in Barcelona. Read on to learn what comes with the new 3D Secure specification and what improvements it brings.
How to minimize chargebacks and maintain conversion rate? In this video, we’re describing Non-invasive setup for 3D Secure, which can be applied to Checkout and Custom Form.
3D Secure helps to prevent fraud in online credit and debit card transactions. And that’s the main advantage of this solution. What about the other benefits?
3D Secure (3-domain structure), also known as a payer authentication, is a security protocol that helps to prevent fraud in online credit and debit card transactions. This additional security was initiated and created by Visa and MasterCard and it’s branded as ‘Verified by Visa’ and ‘MasterCard SecureCode’ respectively.