Cybersecurity: A hacker’s advice on protection from payment fraud
Our latest webinar looks at the growing threat of cybercrime and is intended to help you understand what steps your business can take to protect itself. In this webinar we hear from leading figures in UK cybersecurity who provide unrivalled insight to help you understand the mindset of a hacker.
Online card fraud: balancing convenience and security
The opportunities to do business online continue to grow, but card fraud remains a concern. Phil Thomas, Senior Manager, Lloyds Bank Cardnet, explains how business owners can protect themselves without compromising ease of use for their customers – and how Lloyds Bank Cardnet can help.
According to figures from the UK Card Association, remote purchase fraud using debit and credit cards reached £174.5m in the first half of 2014, a year on year increase of 23%. So what do merchants need to be aware of and how can they and the card payments industry guard against online fraud? We speak to Steven Bisoffi, Head of Card Schemes, Lloyds Bank Commercial Card & Acquiring Solutions to find out more.
European Central Bank working to reduce online payment fraud
Hoping to the growth of online payment fraud across Europe, the European Central Bank (
) has devised new rules for payment service providers. Find out how these stricter regulations will help protect online shoppers from fraud.
The Card Payments Industry has become aware of scams where merchants are being targeted by fraudsters who are impersonating merchant acquiring banks, card machine vendors and engineers in order to perpetrate fraud.
PCI DSS Compliance Management Service – updated website now live
We are pleased to announce that a new and improved version of our PCI DSS Compliance Management Service is now live. The website portal www.lloydsbankcardnetpcidss.com has been upgraded to reflect changes made by the governing body, the PCI Security Standards Council. We have also listened to your feedback and have taken this opportunity to enhance our service further.