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An Easy Step to Host Card Emulation (HCE) Solutions with Thales HSMs

Thales e-Security the market leader globally for payment HSMs continues to evolve its solutions to meet the latest security requirements. Host card emulation (HCE) is a particular focus for 2015 with comprehensive support for the various proprietary HCE specifications released by the major card schemes. Today, HCE enables contactless mobile payments on Android phones to take place at an NFC-capable POS terminal without the need for a Secure Element (SE) inside the phone. It is evident that HCE support is an important consideration for any issuer wanting to launch payment support on Android phones since the current rollouts of Apple Pay are restricted to Apple iOS devices.

Thales would like to invite you to attend a webinar covering how Thales can help you generate new revenue by getting your HCE solution to market quickly and securely.

Ian Hermon, Product Marketing Manager for Payment Security Solutions at Thales e-Security is the presenter and will be covering the following topics:
•How HCE apps deliver new transactions and new revenue
•What you need to support the new security and risk models required by HCE
•How to maximize use of your existing back office security infrastructure
•The flexibility of the Thales HSM offerings
Recorded Apr 29 2015 61 mins
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