GlobalSign will present all of its digital security solutions during InfoSecurity Mexico, which is taking place virtually this year from September 22 to 24, 2020.
Those attending the event will have full virtual access to the summit’s educational programming, covering everything related to cybersecurity, as well as networking activities such as round tables, one-on-one meetings, and interactive programs. Attendees will also be able to visit the exhibitor stands, including GlobalSign’s, where they can learn in real-time about new technologies and solutions.
InfoSecurity is one of the premier conferences specializing in digital security, with regional events scheduled across the globe.
During this year’s Mexico event, GlobalSign is proud to showcase its identity services. Our cloud-based, scalable PKI solutions allow companies to carry out business transactions, communications, content delivery, and social interactions safely. We also plan to present our brand new document signing platform, Agree.
We invite you to participate in the virtual event and schedule meetings with our experts!
To see the complete schedule of events, please visit the InfoSecurity Mexico website.
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GlobalSign will take part in the virtual PSD2 and Customer Authentication Summit taking place on 11th September 2020.
Disruptive PSD2? Enhanced trust from a tool to compliance;
With the European PSD2 deadline looming at the horizon of 2020, it’s becoming clear that PSD2 isn’t going away. The traditional setup has well and truly been disrupted. Emerging is the need for stronger regulations and secure customer authentication – put simply: the need for trust!
A huge responsibility has been put on payment service providers, banks and e-commerce companies that are gearing up to meet PSD2 regulations. This presentation is highlighting how qualified web authentication certificates (QWACs) can ensure that customer data is protected appropriately, but can also help to both modernize and standardize payment practices.
Qualified Trust Service Providers have emerged as the guardians of the PSD2 landscape, enabling secure communication and identification between Account Servicing Payment Service Providers (ASPSPs) and Third Party Providers (TPPs) based on principles of the Electronic Identification, Authentication and Trust Services (eIDAS) regulation.
Join us to learn more about the steps to PSD2 compliance explained with a real-life example. We’re looking forward to a lively exchange on September 11th 2020.
Key takeaway points:
- The story of disruption and trust
- QWACs as a tool to PSD2 compliance
- How Qualified Trust Service Providers are shaping the PSD2 landscape
- The customer experience: step by step to PSD2 compliance with real examples
Register here to participate.