EMVCo has announced it will host a free-to-attend, open education session on EMV® Secure Remote Commerce (SRC) during a half-day event co-located with ETA TRANSACT in Las Vegas. The session will take place on Thursday 02 May from 14:00 - 17:00 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and registration is available through the EMVCo website
During the session, Brian Byrne, EMVCo Director of Operations and Clinton Allen, Chair of EMVCo’s SRC Working Group, will offer attendees insight into EMV SRC and how it can help address rising fraud levels in global e-commerce while reducing consumer friction during online checkout for card-based payments.
“There is a high-level of interest in the EMV SRC initiative. EMVCo recognises this and continues its ongoing commitment to engage the payments community with a free, open education session,” comments Karteek Patel, Chair of the EMVCo Executive Committee. “It offers a great opportunity for anyone interested in the future of secure digital commerce to learn more about the current challenges that EMV SRC addresses, and the benefits and flexibility it can deliver to merchants, card issuers, payment networks, consumers and other stakeholders.”
Session attendees wishing to also register for the full ETA TRANSACT event receive a $150 discount with the following code: T19EMVco.
For attendees looking to engage with EMVCo on the organisation’s strategic and technical direction, more information on the EMVCo Associates Programme and Subscriber Programme can be found here.