Thursday , November 26, 2020

Irma Rains on PCI Council Meeting and other Digital Transactions News briefs

  • Q2 Holdings Inc., a provider of digital-banking solutions, launched CardSwap, an application that allows consumers to automatically switch credit or debit card information across their network of subscription and retail merchants. The first client to adopt the service is Chime, which provides branchless bank accounts.
  • Because of Hurricane Irma, the PCI Security Standards Council canceled its planned annual North America community meeting set for this week in Orlando, Fla.; the Council’s notice has a link to a registration refund request form.
  • Shares of cybersecurity firm Symantec Inc. are rising as consumers search for information about its LifeLock identity-theft protection service in the wake of the huge data breach at credit-reporting firm Equifax Inc., according to TheStreet.
  • Merchant processor Credorax appointed former First Data Corp. executive Fiona Brown as senior vice president of commercial risk and underwriting.

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