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Fraud

Why are all webshops now suddenly having to implement 3D secure?

From September 14, 2019 an PSD2 rule will come into force, namely the Strong Customer Authentication or SCA. Back in 2015, the EU decided they wanted to implement initiatives, which would make it more difficult to commit fraud on someone else’s card. The SCA step means that you (as a card holder) will have to identify yourself with an extra step in a payment process. On practical terms that means 2 of 3 methods: Something you are (e.g. Touch ID, Face Detection, Iris Scan). Something you know (e.g. a static login/password or a PIN) Something you have (e.g., a card…

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Dankort Secured by Nets – What is it?

Dankort Secured by Nets is the name of a new security measure on Dankort, which asks the customer / cardholder to enter an additional code that he / she receives on his mobile phone. Or as Nets itself writes: “Two factors (Dankort + phone number) that help reduce the risk of third-party abuse of your Dankort.” If you customer is in an area with my cellphone coverage, and therefore cannot receive an SMS, the customer is able to use NemId instead, allowing the transaction to be completed. Possibly your customers have already been registered via their bank (assuming the bank…

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