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Contactless Cards and Payments
London, United Kingdom 20 – 21 June / 2012
Get entrance ticket to the trade show in advance. Choose the number of tickets, fill in a form and get them to your email.
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About the trade show
After the success of the 2011 conference, Contactless Cards & Payments will return to London for it’s 10th annual conference on 20th & 21st June 2012.
A new report by Forrester suggested Britain will be a cashless society by 2016.
Contactless Cards and Payments 2012 covers a variety of technologies, from Near Field Communication (NFC) to mobile payments and banking. This conference is an update on the newest technologies to be developed, case studies of successful schemes and a look at the risks involved from a fraud perspective. With developing technologies comes new regulation, and this event will also look at the regulatory bodies and how they are approaching the potential risks and prevention strategies they intend to apply.
With the conference taking place a month before the London 2012 Olympics – this is a good opportunity to gain an insight into the role contactless cards play in major events. As the leading banks have a big role in contactless, the question most people are asking is what role the big technology leaders such as Apple and Google will play in securing their position in this rapidly growing market.
Although a tremendous amount has been achieved in contactless cards, the question still remains as to why there is a slow response and attitude from consumers towards this ever evolving concept.