PSD2 and SCA presenting problems for non-payment sectors

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Applying Europe’s revised Payment Service Directive (PSD2) and Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) is a challenge for sectors that don’t work exclusively in payments, said Jeremy King, international director of PCI Security Standards Council on a panel of various industry standards bodies at an event in London this week.

“The higher the level of regulation is, the better it is for us because if they come at it a higher level and say, ‘we need to improve this,’ all of the standards bodies can fit around that. One of the challenges seen with PSD2 and the SCA is they have taken a view which fits nicely with one particular sector, but if you are outside of that sector you are


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