The future of secure online retail is at hand

Are you selling online? Then you need to get ready for strong customer authentication

16th June, 2019
Not-so-easy does it: keeping the customer satisfied will pose the greatest challenge for businesses trying to implement SCA Picture: Shutterstock

From September 14, 2019, the way that hundreds of millions of European consumers buy online will change.

Strong customer authentication (SCA), which will potentially have a greater impact than GDPR on online businesses in Europe, is not making many headlines. But if it’s not properly planned for, it could take around €57 billion out of the European economy in its first year.

The goal of the new regulation is to make online payments more secure...

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