Managing Fraud & Authentication Transactions for mPOS

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Chang Chew Soon, Founder & CEO of Soft Space was part of the speaker panel at the 5th Asian Payment Card Forum which was held in Bangkok this year. The event which ran through the 23rd to the 24th of September hosted a variety of speakers from the Payment and Card industry such as Ben Soppitt of Visa, Jinjia Zhou of EMVCo, Raymond Yap of MasterCard Worldwide and many others.


Chew Soon speaking on Managing Fraud and Authentication Transactions for mPOS

The event hosted by the Thai Bankers Association and APSCA is the region’s largest annual meeting for card-issuing and acquiring financial institutions, domestic bank card networks, payment systems and central banks to explore the important issues which are driving consumer payments in Asia’s payments landscape today. Amongst list of speakers includes Spencer May of Coles, Doug Lawson of UnionPay International and Christopher Ong of UL Transaction Security.

Chew Soon addressing questions during the round table discussion

The topic Chew Soon discussed on, revolved around managing fraud and transaction authentication for mobile Point-of-Sales (mPOS). Starting of by introducing the nature of Soft Space along with its solid client base and recognition, Chew Soon gave the audience a view of the mPOS market according to its geographical locations. Addressing the topic, Chew Soon explained the methods of stealing “pin’s” on payment acceptance devices. Running through thermal imaging and risks associated to mPOS.

Kindly find the link to the presentation deck below:
APSCA: Managing Fraud, Transaction Authentication – MPOS

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