The October deadline for EMV adoption is getting closer every day. While some are concerned that merchants won’t be ready for this seismic shift, others believe it will lead to greater adoption of the latest payment methods.
These days, security is a top concern. From consumers to merchants, processors and government agencies, none of us are immune to growing security concerns. For the government, keeping communications from being intercepted or exposed is more than a concern; it’s critical to our national security.
We’re pleased to announce that Apriva has been awarded the Seven Seals Award by Arizona’s Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR)!
The ESGR serves to foster relationships between members of the United States National Guard and Reserve and their employers. According to the ESGR, the Seven Seals Award is in recognition of significant individual or organizational achievement, initiative, or innovation that promotes and supports the mission of the United States National Guard and Reserve, their serving employees, and their families.
Data. Your company probably has access to it. But are you using it to its full potential?
Apriva works with many leading financial institutions in the United States to offer mobile payment solutions to their customers. Through these relationships, we have access to a great deal of analytical data. Behavioral data; anonymized demographic, user-specific data; market and device-specific data; engagement statistics; geographic data – it’s all interesting to us. But it’s also incredibly useful.
Mobile payments may finally be going mainstream. With the recent announcements of Samsung Pay and Apply Pay, it seems that mobile payments may be about to hit their stride. While these new technologies hold a lot of promise for the industry, there’s one aspect that shouldn’t be overlooked: security.