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Allied Wallet Launches API-Powered Payment Gateway To Drive Next-Gen Payment Processing Models

Allied Wallet’s Next Gen Payment Gateway relies on API-driven integration to provide a one-stop online payment processing solution to merchants and partners using online and mobile point-of-sale options.

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Survey: Consumers Have Big Concerns Over Security for Mobile Payment Platforms, Apps

Despite innovative mobile payments from giants Apple and Google, a recent survey finds practically everyone is worried about smartphone-based payment security.  Even credit cards weren’t the no-brainer choice, as more than 60% of U.S. respondents said cash is their Number One choice.  IDN looks at the Tripwire survey.

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ControlScan, iScan Online Join Forces to Enhance Mobile Device Security

Payment security and compliance solution provider ControlScan is teaming with iScan Online to address the security issues small to midsize businesses (SMBs) face when employees use their own mobile devices for work. They have launched ProTect Mobile, a tool they can use to secure Apple iOS and Android mobile devices.

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Voltage Launches Data-Centric Mobile Security Solutions

Voltage Security is launching a multi-tier initiative to secure mobile apps, data and transactions. Voltage Security Mobile Plus aims to protect data so that it can move securely between applications and mobile devices without disrupting existing processes and the experience of the user.

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MasterCard Looks To Attract Mobile, Mashup Devs

MasterCard Worldwide appears to be taking a page from Apple’s successful iPhone approach to commercial developers, with its decision to provide more open access to its long-proprietary APIs for payment and data services. MasterCard is also launching a developer portal, to help devs learn, design, test and launch applications.

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JPay Draft APIs Could Be Ready By Xmas

A draft JPay JSR could be ready as early as Christmas, which would create new Java APIs to ease the design and deployment of end-to-end e-payments. JPay is backed by leaders in transaction-driven Java, including Oracle, IBM, Sun, HP and Siemens. Integration Developer News interviews a JPay exec to learn more about its impact on architects and developers.

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