Ecommerce Europe Pre-conferences: ECB’s Recommendations

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Ecommerce Europe Pre-conferences: ECB’s Recommendations

What do the European Central Bank’s (ECB) recommendations for the security of payments mean for merchants? On the Ecommerce Europe Pre-conferences Frederik Mennes, VASCO Data Security, discusses the two recommendations for the security of electronic payments the ECB issued in 2013. Company Members and Business Partners of Ecommerce Europe gain free excess to the Pre-conferences on 16 June in Barcelona.

The ECB`s Recommendations for Security of Payments: What do they Mean for Merchants?

In 2013 the European Central Bank (ECB) issued two recommendations for the security of electronic payments. The first one, which became final in January 2013, relates to Internet payments. The second one, which was proposed as a draft in November 2013, relates to mobile payments. The recommendations aim at defining a minimum level of security in electronic payments across the European Economic Area (EEA), especially when it comes to authenticating users of payment services.

About the Pre-conferences

Following last year’s successful Pre-conferences, Ecommerce Europe will host three Pre-conferences on June 16th, preceding the Global E-commerce Summit in Barcelona, regarding e-regulations, e-payments and e-logistics. The Pre-conferences will be attended by retailers, suppliers, policy makers and consultants. The objective is to present trends and developments, express issues that retailers experience and exchange ideas and best practices.

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Company Members or Business Partners
If you are a Company Member or a Business Partner of Ecommerce Europe, you are granted free access to the Pre-conferences and receive free ticket(s) to the Global E-commerce Summit. If you didn’t receive an e-mail, please contactmikkiehogenboom@ecommerce-europe-eu.

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