Tackling security and trust in digital payments
Fintech Tables are back for their second event. Sponsored by Pinsent Masons it focusses on payment, one of the 4 key themes highlighted in the FinTech Scotland Research & Innovation Roadmap.
Those events, organised by BDM Media, provide a platform for discussion to support developments and initiatives around the four key pillars of the Roadmap; financial regulation, payments & transactions, climate finance, and open finance data.
This second event focusses on payments and transactions and more specifically about how organisations can build security and trust in digital payments.
Payments has always been the leading area of innovation for fintech companies in Scotland utilising innovations such as open banking and embedded payments making it faster and more convenient to pay and transfer money both locally and globally.
As digital payments continue to grow in the UK and around the world, so do online fraud, digital crime and cyber attacks with over £1.2 billion through fraud and scams in 2019.
This event will welcome many guests including:
- Lloyds Banking Group
- Eeden Bull
- Transfer Mate
- Police Scotland
- Scottish Business Resilience Centre
- The Payment Systems Regulator.
The group will consider the exciting opportunities offered by digital payments alongside the strategies that financial services organisations need to deploy in order to build and maintain security and trust in these innovative solutions.
More details on the event and others in the series can be found at www.fintech-tables.com