The Introduction of Contactless Payments in the New York City Subway

The largest transit system in the United States, and perhaps the Western world, is finally ready to catch up technology-wise, with plans to implement a contactless card system in its turnstiles in a manner not to dissimilar from the London Underground. To help facilitate this, banks have begun to issue contactless cards.

Money in motion: Mobile banking’s importance in the digital age

The evolution of the smart phone has dramatically changed parts of every day life. In the case of consumer banking, executives from both small and large financial institutions are realizing how vital a mobile presence [...]

The rise of smart ticketing

Smart ticketing has made significant progress in the United Kingdom, but while there are a few challenges and points of friction to adoption, Rambus’ Russell McCullagh is optimistic about the future of smart ticketing. He [...]

Transforming Europe’s digital economy with PSD2 and GDPR

PSD2 and GDPR Marta Ienco, the Head of Governments and Regulatory Affairs for the Identity program of the GSMA, recently penned an article for ItPortalPro about PSD2 and GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). As Ienco [...]

How trust can level the mobile playing field

Rambus CMO Jerome Nadel has written an article for IDG Connect about the changing mobile payments landscape. According to Nadel, the mobile payments ecosystem has evolved into a complex network of providers that includes card networks, [...]

How banks can accelerate mobile wallet adoption

Rambus CMO Jerome Nadel recently penned an article in Global Banking and Finance Review that explores how banks can help accelerate the adoption of mobile wallets. As Nadel notes, many payments players, including banks, have [...]

The need to simplify tokenization for mobile payments

André Stoorvogel, Director, Product Marketing at Rambus, describes the increasing challenges associated with managing tokenization activity. As Stoorvogel notes in a blog post, banks around the world are working to develop, launch and expand mobile payments [...]

U.S. mobile payments ready to ramp

New research published by eMarketer confirms that 38.4 million Americans 14 and over will have used their mobile phones to pay at a point of sale at least once in the preceding six months during [...]

Wearables eyed for mobile payments

According to Samsung, wearable vendors and banks have been piloting and launching a number of solutions that employ multiple types of near field communication (NFC)- enabled form factors, including fobs, rings and stickers in addition [...]

Millennials want seamless and secure mobile payments

A recent survey commissioned by VocaLink found that more than a third of Dutch millennials (36%) and a quarter of UK millennials (25%) are now making mobile payments in-store, online and in-app. As Rian Boden [...]

Simplifying tokenization for mobile payments

Martin Cox, a Strategic Product Marketing at Rambus, recently observed that technologies such as tokenization are steadily evolving as the mobile payments ecosystem matures. “Now a security requirement for paying by smartphone, banks are faced [...]

Rambus Bell ID simplifies tokenization management for banks

Rambus Bell ID, part of the Rambus Security Division, has introduced a versatile Token Gateway that allows banks to more easily integrate multiple mobile payment schemes. More specifically, issuing banks can now use a single [...]

Interac strengthens digital payment security in Canada

The Canadian-based Interac Association/Acxsys Corporation (“Interac”) recently introduced its Token Service Provider (TSP) service. TSP – developed in collaboration with IBM, Bell ID and Everlink – can perhaps best be described as a proprietary token [...]