How Well Do You Understand Digital Wallets and Alternative Payment Systems On Demand Webinar
The recent acceleration of digital trends across payments and e-commerce has propelled the alternative payment systems industry to a pivotal moment and has changed the payments industry forever. Restrictions and guidelines put in place to deter the spread of COVID-19, along with the health and safety concerns associated with physical cash and surfaces such as payment terminals, have forced consumers to change their everyday behavior and led to a surge in digital and contactless payments.
Cash is no longer king, and headlines like “Half of Mobile Users to Pay by Wallets by 2025 As Contactless Booms” are not exaggerated. These trends need to be taken seriously by financial criminal investigators as COVID-19 has accelerated a change that was expected to take place over several years. This session explores alternative payment systems and what investigators should know to stay one step ahead of the fraudsters as the industry continues to evolve.
Knowledge of or experience with technology like NFC, SE and HCE used with digital wallets.
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|Last Updated:||July 26, 2022|
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