Craig Rice, Director of Security, Payments UK, discusses how the banks and government are managing cyber security risks, and outlines the differences between cyber risk and technological risk.
Maurice Cleaves, Chief Executive, Payments UK, speaks about the company’s transition from the Payments Council, the most concerning aspects of cyber security, and if startups have a higher risk of cyber-attacks.
UK financial sector trade associations the British Bankers’ Association, the Council of Mortgage Lenders, Payments UK and the UK Cards Association could be brought together to create a single umbrella organisation for the industry under proposals put forward by a bank-backed review body.
More automated payments were made in the UK in 2014 than ever before, according to a new report published by Payments UK, the trade association for the growing payments industry.
Nicholas Witchell, Chair of Payments UK Cyber Security and Fraud Seminar, explains how important the topic of cyber security is to everyone and the value in bringing together the thinkers in this area to exchange information.
Payments UK has today (13 November 2015) launched a consultation to seek industry views on the recently published Code of Conduct for Indirect Access Providers.
Payments UK, the trade association for the payments industry, has today announced that six new organisations have signed up to become associate members.
Brits will make 120 million payments a day by 2024, as a steep decline in the use of cash is offset by the rise of contactless cards and the Faster Payments service, predicts an industry trade association.
Trade association Payments UK has vowed to improve access to payments infrastructure and give customers more control over transactions as part of a drive to ensure Britain has a "world class" system.
International Data Corporation (IDC) predicts worldwide mobile payments will account for $1 trillion in value in 2017, up 124% from the less than $500 billion expected in 2015.
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