Brazilian banks study face, voice and behavioral features to advance biometric authentication methods
Latin American banks should make better use of emerging tech to boost cyber resilience, says Organization of American States
New regulations for debit and credit card transactions in Mexico aim to encourage tech innovation
QR codes and biometric authentication still have a long way to go – both digitally and technologically – says digital bank’s CEO
Brazil may be first LatAm market for cards company to offer payments over social media, says executive
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