The payment landscape is fast-changing and, thus, in constant flux. Changes due to technological advances, consumer and client behaviours and expectations, and regulatory scrutiny, are bringing about many challenges.
The fraudulent reproduction of degrees and certificates has increased considerably in recent years, becoming more common and sophisticated.
Tech disruption has caused the banking industry to evolve rapidly over the past decade. Banks and financial institutions are constantly striving to keep up with increasing industry regulations to secure and store the ever-growing volumes of data, whilst at the same time having to address an ever-expanding list of governmental, data security and corporate rules and standards. Privacy concerns that include protecting customers’ personal information and the transactions processed for and by them must be tackled, and solutions devised to meet these standards.
As technologies continue to evolve, features such as contactless and touchless payments are becoming more popular – especially with more safety-conscious customers seeking to minimise risk or exposure since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today’s modern world revolves around a network of connected things. We’re constantly using or being monitored by various technologies, many of which are powered by IoT Subscriber Identity Module cards or SIM cards.
Holograms are intricate optical devices that not only offer a quickly visible authentication but also provide a unique level of protection against fraud.
The need for secure, original documents is a significant concern in today’s volatile world, and accordingly, Perforators can provide for permanent and unalterable marking of paper documents.
Tamper-evident stickers, tamper-evident labels, and tamper-evident seals offer a straightforward and effective way of securing various products.
Today, our day-to-day world moves at the speed of text message, email, or Twitter feed. Staying relevant in these conditions means staying current with our technology.
High-security documents such as identity documents, passports, tax stamps, driver’s licenses, and professional credentials require a solution that will not only manage fraud but reduce operational risk and comply with local regulations.