Mobile World Congress

The World’s Largest Gathering for the Mobile Industry

Mobile World Congress 2018 once again took place at Fira Gran Via, Barcelona last week and what an amazing few days it was! Mobile World Congress is a showcase of incredible technology and ideas.

This year, the focus was on ‘creating a better future, today’ with an impressive agenda including product launches, important announcements and an impressive list of guest speakers.

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PIN on Mobile

MYPINPAD Aligns ‘PIN on Mobile’ Solution with PCI Standard

The Biggest Evolutionary Step for the Payments Industry in Recent Years.

Following the release of PCI SSC’s new standard for software-based PIN entry on mobile devices for card payment acceptance, we have officially launched our revolutionary ‘PIN on Mobile’ product; MPES.

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PIN – There’s a reason PIN is still here…

Last week Apple launched its most expensive iPhone ever, the iPhone X. However, things didn’t go smoothly for the tech giant during its first ever public demonstration. When Apple Executive Craig Federighi attempted to unlock the device using the company’s new Face ID feature, which scans a user’s face to ensure only they can unlock their phones, the attempt failed, promoting Federighi to input a traditional PIN code (and forcing him to switch to a backup phone). Read more

How will PCI Legitimise Card PIN Authentication on Mobile Devices?

The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC)’s Chief Technology Officer Troy Leach recently divulged news of a new payment standard; one that enables the secure entry of PIN into merchant’s smart devices. The organisation aims to publish the final version by the end of the year.

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RBTE Preview: Mobile has more to give

The retail industry is about to experience another leap forward in terms of payments mobility and in-store experience. PIN on Mobile (PoM) has recently entered the UK and, unlike previous mPOS solutions, it enables cardholders to enter their PIN directly into the merchant’s tablet or smartphone, rather than an external device or dongle. This development enhances many of the common benefits of mPOS, including in-store productivity, improved customer experience and reduced costs.

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