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    Mastercard Identity Check

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    MasterCard reports on ‘selfie pay’ popularity

    April 5th, 2016

    MasterCard’s Identity Check service, which lets consumers authenticate payments by taking a picture of themselves using their smartphone, has “gone like wildfire in the trials that we’ve done in the Netherlands and the US”, Ann Cairns, the payments network’s president for international markets, has revealed during a keynote at Money20/20 Europe in Copenhagen. “People love taking selfies so they see it as a fun thing rather than ‘Oh my goodness, I’ve got to put my PIN number in, I’ve got to remember by password’.”

    BMO to offer ‘selfie pay’ biometric verification technology to customers

    March 24th, 2016

    Canadian financial services provider BMO Financial Group is to enable its customers to use MasterCard’s Identity Check mobile app to verify their online transactions via face recognition and fingerprint biometrics. In the first phase of the… More

    MasterCard to include Daon technology in selfie pay service

    March 4th, 2016

    MasterCard is to make use of mobile biometric technology provider Daon’s IdentityX Platform as one of the authentication technologies for MasterCard Identity Check, the ‘selfie pay’ service it is rolling out to the US, Canada and parts of Europe this year. “The app-based authentication leverages a mobile device to secure online payments and mobile banking applications using fingerprint and facial recognition,” Daon says.

    MasterCard to add biometric security to online transactions in 2016

    October 6th, 2015

    MasterCard has unveiled MasterCard Identity Check, a suite of solutions that make use of biometrics and one-time passwords delivered via SMS to secure online mobile transactions. The service will be available to US financial institutions… More