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Digital identity – keeping ahead of fraud

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Written by Brett King

The latest Breaking Banks podcast includes interviews with Will Weisman, Dave Birch, Aaron Oliver and Rocky Scopelliti about digital identity.

Maintaining customer security has always been a focus of the payments industry, for merchants and customers. Being highly susceptible to theft, cash is the least secure. Cards have a little more security, but hackers have managed to invade the security systems of major retailers to steal customer information. Now, some are using scanners to get the information of contactless cards.

A major benefit of mobile payments is the promise of increased security. Despite concerns, smartphones provide a huge leap forward in identity security.

In our latest Breaking Banks podcast, I talk to Will Weisman from Singularity University about Exponential Finance, and exciting prospects from it. Plus, Dave Birch and Aaron Oliver talk about developments in card fraud and security, and Rocky Scopelliti joins the show to talk about the shift to mobile, and advancements in biometrics to increase trust for mobile payments.

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About the author

Brett King

Brett King is a four times bestselling author, a renowned futurist and keynote speaker, the host of the Breaking Banks radio show/podcast and the founder/CEO of Moven. His latest book 'Breaking Banks' debuted in the top 3 on Amazon's Bestseller's list in the US, France, Canada, Germany and Australia. 'Bank 3.0', his previous book, was released in 8 languages and ranked as a finance bestseller in 19 countries.

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