On the eve of one of the most significant change in the history of U.S. payments, stakeholders wrestle with the question of what EMV will mean for fraud across not only the point-of-sale (POS), but also card-not-present (CNP) transactions. Javelin estimates CNP fraud in the United States is expected to be nearly 4 times greater that POS card fraud in 2018.
Join Javelin’s analysts, Nick Holland and Al Pascual, as they analyze the United Kingdom payment market for clues to a post-EMV U.S. market will comprise of. Different solutions will need to be implemented to prevent fraud while at the same time limiting friction during the transaction. They will explore the strengths and weaknesses of several vendor solutions to address POS and CNP fraud.
During this webinar, Nick and Al will answer:
- What can we expect to happen to card fraud as a result of the introduction of EMV in the U.S.?
- How will the change in the fraud landscape affect the various payments industry players?
- What countermeasures to post-EMV card fraud are available?
- Who is providing these solutions and how do they differ?