3-D Secure Consumer Authentication:Considerations & Best Practices

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provides an in-depth discussion on what 3-D Secure Consumer Authentication programs are, how they work and the various parties that are involved. These programs are explained in the context of the benefits and value they provide organizations while including specific details around implementation and liability shift requirements.

The following is an intermediate course and requires some basic knowledge or training on eCommerce credit card payments.

  • Course synopsis. Cardholder authentication 3-D Secure programs such as Verified by Visa, MasterCard SecureCode and others are used widely for eCommerce transactions worldwide as they provide additional fraud protection and can provide liability protection from fraud chargebacks for covered transactions. Whether a merchant is using these 3-D Secure Consumer Authentication programs today or they are considering the use of these programs there are many factors merchants should consider. Best practices and other considerations for implementing and using 3-D Secure Consumer Authentication programs are discussed in this course.
  • Attendees of this online training course should expect to be able to discuss several considerations for implementing 3-D Secure Consumer Authentication, both in the context of when it is presented and how cardholders are authenticated. This course also provides discussions on the market for 3-D Secure Consumer Authentication including the vendors servicing the market, merchant usage and how merchants are using these programs today.
  • what can you expect to get out of this course? (1) What is the 3-D Secure protocol and what procedures take place during the authentication process? (2) What are the benefits to merchants using 3-D Secure programs? (3) What are the important considerations with respect to how 3-D Secure Authentication can be implemented by an eCommerce merchant? (4) How many merchants are using 3-D Secure Consumer Authentication programs today and how are they using or implementing it? (5) Who are the major third party vendors offering products and services around 3-D Secure Consumer Authentication today?
  • Training Objectives:(1) Understand and be able to define how 3-D Secure Consumer Authentication programs work including the parties involved and each entity’s role in facilitating the authentication process. (2) Be able to discuss best practice considerations for implementing 3-D Secure Consumer Authentication both in the context of when and how it is presented and cardholders are authenticated.
    (3) Understand and be able to discuss the market for 3-D Secure Consumer Authentication including the vendors servicing the market, merchant usage and how merchants are using these programs today.
  • Expected time to complete the course: 90-120 minutes (includes session tests and final exam) .
  • Pricing & Online enrolment. Take this course online for only $200 by enrolling now.
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