The Evolution of Payment System Risk Management

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The paradigm for fraud prevention is changing in tandem with the criminal activity targeting payments. As fraudsters become more sophisticated so must payment processes evolve to keep one step ahead.


The fallout from security breaches has stimulated the industry to innovate, resulting in a paradigm shift amidst the conceptualization and implementation of payment card data security.



Debit card data compromise is a chief concern to DDA risk managers due to the fact that counterfeit cards can be used both for fraudulent purchases at the point-of-sale and at ATMs for fraudulent withdrawals if the PIN has also been compromised.



Cash is a high priority for financial criminals committing payments fraud, and the variety of access devices and channels associated with demand deposit accounts makes them an increasingly attractive target.



Furthering the impact of fraud migration from EMV markets to non-EMV markets is the mandated liability shift for merchants still accepting magstripe transactions.



The use of dynamic data from a variety of sources and in a number of processes involved in payment transactions serves to improve the integrity of the payment system.