At this year’s Money 20/20, Intel, with its robust ecosystem of OEMs, payment providers and financial partners, will showcase new solutions designed to accelerate innovation for connected commerce in both PC and mobile devices for retail and marketing services and end-customer use. As mobile and PC technology evolve to better support merchants that utilize point-of-sale (POS) systems and customers who want a smooth online shopping experience, Intel’s solutions will help bolster business practices by helping to collect, process and utilize data, improve customer experience and drive sales through a variety of technologies designed for a more secure and intelligent future. Intel’s executives will also be participating in panels to address the payments solutions and security landscape.
|WHAT:||Intel Executives to Present Industry Security Best Practices and Demonstrate Payment Solutions at Leading Fintech Event|
|WHEN:||October 23-26, 2016|
|WHERE:||The Venetian in Las Vegas, Nevada|
Intel executives to participate in the following informative panels:
Payments Security: Taking a More Holistic Approach, Wednesday, October 26, from 10:00 – 10:50 a.m., Murano, The Venetian, Level 3
The payments security landscape is constantly changing, with new risks and threats emerging daily. Point solutions have their place, but a more holistic, coordinated ecosystem is necessary to protect the flow of critical payment data. Michelle Tinsley, Intel’s director, Mobility & Secure Payment, will join executives from Walmart*, Gemalto*, Infosys* and UL* to discuss how we can collectively go beyond PCI and help protect customers against identity theft and payments fraud.
Solving the Identity Fraud Problem in Financial Services & the Case for the Insured Internet, Monday, October 24 from 9:30 – 10:20 a.m., Murano, The Venetian, Level 3
Identity fraud costs businesses millions a year and new, high-profile data breaches are announced daily. In this session, Rick Echevarria, VP Software & Services Group, GM Platforms Security Division, with leading cybersecurity experts including Frank Abagnale, and executives from Trusona*, Visa* and The Chertoff Group* will discuss how to fight cybercriminals and showcase the need for a secure, insured internet.
Intel Technology Solutions Demonstrated in the Intel Lounge, space 219
Intel has collaborated with key industry leaders such as Lenovo*, PayPal* and Synaptics* to develop a biometric authentication solution that is FIDO standard-compliant for Lenovo’s recently launched Yoga 910 convertible. The combined effort of Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX), Synaptics’ Natural ID Fingerprint Solution, and PayPal’s unique authentication ecosystem for payments in Lenovo’s new devices, will reduce fraud and increase security, while making online authentication nearly frictionless with biometrics secured by built-in, hardware-level protection.
Additional Intel Lounge Product Demos Include:
Booths Featuring Intel Technology Demonstrations:
Intel® quad-core processor powering Verifone* Carbon – Verifone booth, #2414
Intel is powering the Verifone Carbon with its Intel® quad-core processor, showcasing an integrated, flexible POS platform, with speed and multi-connectivity options to enable customized app ecosystem offerings. The new platform goes beyond traditional payment processing to help merchants manage customer loyalty programs, inventory and employees. This new platform gives small- and medium-sized businesses the opportunity to offer cutting-edge retail experiences and compete with larger merchants. Together, Intel and Verifone are challenging legacy checkout solutions through connected POS models, designed to provide extended, accurate and seamless customer engagement and payment experiences.
|Michelle Newburgh, Intel PR (U.S.)