Periodically we run into a compelling subjects that call for more detailed multi-part analysis. If you have a subject you would like us to explore in this manner, please contact our Editor-in-Chief D.J. Murphy.


CNP Series: Lessons from a CNP Fraud Scheme

Lessons from a CNP Fraud Scheme | CNP Series Report

This four-part series uses the case of Jeremy Johnson to examine card-not-present fraud from a legal perspective.

CNP Series: Voice Authentication Principles and Advancements

Voice Authentication Principles and Advancements | CNP Series Report

This two-part series provides a primer and essential information for any person seeking to understand more about the science behind voice identity processing and the business opportunities it presents.

CNP Series: EMV

EMV | CNP Series Report

This four-part series delves into the EMV chip-card transition, starting with the reasons for implementing EMV chip-enabled cards in the U.S. market, the possible effect on CNP fraud, how tokenization and encryption technology can improve card security in the CNP environment if CNP fraud does surge and lastly some predictions from industry experts.

CNP Series: PCI

PCI | CNP Series Report

When the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) published version 3.0 of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) in November 2013, there were several changes the organization felt were significant enough to warrant a grace period. That reprieve came to an end June 30, 2015, when those changes morphed from “best practice” to “requirement.”