Attend the premier payments event of the year

The Payments Summit is the premier industry event covering all things payments, including FinTech, EMV chip technology, mobile wallets, NFC, contactless, open transit systems and more. Attend the 11th annual Payments Summit and get the latest on all of these exciting technologies and the many business opportunities they can unlock.

2018 will mark the third time that the Secure Technology Alliance and the International Card Manufacturing Association (ICMA) are co-locating events, giving attendees a broader perspective from the core manufacturing and personalization of a card, to the rapid evolution in secure payments. 2018 also brings together membership from the U.S. Payments Forum, resulting in the most comprehensive gathering of card and payments professionals than ever before!

Interested in speaking? Please submit your suggested topic and speaker details here.

EMV and Mobile Lead the Next Wave of Payments Solutions

Innovative payments solutions are giving consumers more payment choices than ever, from secure EMV contact and contactless chip payments to new mobile wallets like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Android Pay and more. And mobile innovation goes beyond paying – mPOS has become the go-to technology for retailers looking to accept all of these new ways to pay. The Payments Summit is the only place to collaborate with colleagues on how to seize the opportunity to create a more secure, convenient and faster payments world with EMV, mobile and other innovative payments solutions.

Transit Payments Keep Getting Smarter

Nationwide, transit agencies big and small are using mobile technology and payments innovation to make mass transit and parking a lot more efficient and convenient. At the Payments Summit, get all of the newest developments in open, interoperable contactless card and mobile fare collection systems, mobile ticketing initiatives, and the steps federal and state regulators are taking to influence multimodal payments convergence to create a more seamless travel experience for all.

FinTech – Shaping the Future of Payments

Financial technology – also known as FinTech – has become the darling of the investment community. According to a report by Statistica, the projected investment by the banking industry on new technology in North America will be $19.9 billion. The leading area of bank spending on financial technologies is on mobile payments. FinTech companies around the world are disrupting traditional banking relationships and processing models and introducing new payment delivery technologies, FinTech is reinventing financial services as we know it, and creating new opportunities for startups and established industry leaders alike. Learn all about FinTech at the Payments Summit – and see it in action in the exhibit hall.

The Venue – Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate

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This Four Diamond resort is one of the nation’s premier golf, meeting and leisure retreats. Accommodations, including 720 guest rooms and suites as well as two- and three-bedroom villas, are equipped with every modern convenience and a host of luxury amenities. In addition to walk-out golf, guests may choose to relax in the Mokara spa, dine in one of the seven restaurants or enjoy 15 acres of pools and recreation activities including the 850-foot lazy river. The resort offers secluded luxury, yet easy access to area attractions like Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld.

A discounted rate of $229 is available to all attendees until March 6 or the block is full. To make your reservations, click here or call the Reservations Team at 1-800-THE-OMNI (1-800-843-6664) and ask for the “ICMA/STA Block” to book your reservation at the discounted rate.

Hotel Venue

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Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate
1500 Masters Blvd, Champions Gate, FL 33896 US

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8:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Please note the following warning below.

**Attendees and Exhibitors:**

Beware of solicitations from unauthorized hotels and housing agencies. Attendees and exhibitors may be subjected to inappropriate solicitation identifying themselves from hotels or third-party housing agencies not affiliated with the Secure Technology Alliance or the 2018 Payments Summit.

Specifically, they will offer to make hotel reservations within the Payments Summit room block on your behalf, and some will also mis-represent that they are calling from the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate. Secure Technology Alliance is not utilizing the services of any housing service for the 2018 Payments Summit.

Reservations for the Payments Summit should be made directly with the hotel, either by phone or via our web reservation system. When calling the hotel, identify yourself as an attendee of the Secure Technology Alliance Payments Summit to receive the discounted rate. If you provide your credit card information to any of these unauthorized vendors, your card may be charged but you may not have a reservation when you arrive at the hotel.

If you have any questions about the Payments Summit hotel block, please contact Secure Technology Alliance at 203-405-6665 or email [email protected].

2018 Payments Summit Agenda

To view the U.S. Payments Forum Meeting Agenda, scroll to the bottom of Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday’s agenda.

Monday, March 26
2018 Payment Summit Pre-conference Day
Pre-Conference Day and Welcome Reception
8:30 – 4:30 Secure Technology Alliance CSCIP/Payments Training Class
1:00 – 5:00 Exhibitor Set-Up in Exhibit Hall
5:00 – 6:30 Welcome Reception – Opening of the Exhibit Hall
Tuesday, March 27
2018 Payment Summit Plenary Session
7:30 – 8:30 Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
8:30 – 9:00 Chairman’s Welcome Address – Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance
9:00 – 10:30 Keynote Speaker Sessions:

  • How Mobile is Transforming the Payments Landscape – Jamie Uppenberg, Global Head, Payment Services, Mobile, and Digital Product, Discover Financial Services
  • Zelle -Making P2P Payments Available to All – Peter Tapling, Early Warning (invited)
  • EMV, Contactless and Digital Security-  Stephanie Ericksen, Vice President, Global Risk Products, Visa
10:30 – 11:00 Break/Exhibits
11:00 – 12:15 US Payments Forum Roundtable: A Multi- Stakeholder View of the Market

Karen Czack – American Express (Network); Steve Cole – Vantiv (Processor); Nick Pisarev – G+D Mobile Security (Cards); Allen Friedman – Ingenico (Terminals): Oliver Manahan – Infineon (Technology provider) 

12:15 – 1:45 Lunch in Exhibit Hall
1:45 – 3:15 Keynote Speaker Sessions: 

  •  Mobile Commerce the Samsung Way – Marc Keller, FI Strategy & Partnerships, Samsung Pay
  • Payments – From Steady State to Permanent Disruption – Thad Peterson, Senior Analyst, Aite Group
  • A Transit Use Case for Contactless & Mobile Payments – speaker to be announced
3:15 – 3:45 Break in Exhibit Hall
3:45 – 4:30 U.S. Payments Forum Roundtable: An Issuer/Issuer Services Panel

Issuers (invited): Jesse Lee, Wells Fargo; Scott Haney, Woodforest National Bank

Issuer Services (invited): Art Harper, PSCU; Jamie Topolski, Fiserv

4:30 – 5:15 U.S. Payments Forum Roundtable: A Merchant Payments Acceptance Panel

Merchants (Invited): Kara Kazazean, Walmart; Dee O’Malley, BestBuy;  Jesse Pamperin, McDonalds; Barry Hanen, Walgreen; Kara Gunderson, Citgo

5:30 – 6:30 Reception in Exhibit Hall
6:30 – 8:00 NETWORKING RECEPTION – hosted by Secure Technology Alliance/ U.S. Payments Forum

2018 U.S. Payments Forum Meeting Agenda

Tuesday, March 27
U.S. Payments Forum Plenary Roundtables Sessions

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2018 Secure Technology Alliance Payment Summit Plenary Session

7:30 – 8:30 Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
8:30 – 9:00 Chairman’s Welcome Address – Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance
9:00 – 10:30 Keynote Speaker Sessions:

  • How Mobile is Transforming the Payments Landscape – Jamie Uppenberg, Global Head, Payment Services, Mobile, and Digital Product, Discover Financial Services
  • Zelle -Making P2P Payments Available to All – Peter Tapling, Early Warning (invited)
  • EMV, Contactless and Digital Security-  Stephanie Ericksen, Vice President, Global Risk Products, Visa
10:30 – 11:00 Break/Exhibits
11:00 – 12:15 US Payments Forum Roundtable: A Multi- Stakeholder View of the Market

Karen Czack – American Express (Network); Steve Cole – Vantiv (Processor); Nick Pisarev – G+D Mobile Security (Cards); Allen Friedman – Ingenico (Terminals): Oliver Manahan – Infineon (Technology provider) 

12:15 – 1:45 Lunch in Exhibit Hall
1:45 – 3:15 Keynote Speaker Sessions: 

  •  Mobile Commerce the Samsung Way – Marc Keller, FI Strategy & Partnerships, Samsung Pay
  • Payments – From Steady State to Permanent Disruption – Thad Peterson, Senior Analyst, Aite Group
  • A Transit Use Case for Contactless & Mobile Payments – speaker to be announced
3:15 – 3:45 Break in Exhibit Hall
3:45 – 4:30 U.S. Payments Forum Roundtable: An Issuer/Issuer Services Panel

Issuers (invited): Jesse Lee, Wells Fargo; Scott Haney, Woodforest National Bank

Issuer Services (invited): Art Harper, PSCU; Jamie Topolski, Fiserv

4:30 – 5:15 U.S. Payments Forum Roundtable: A Merchant Payments Acceptance Panel

Merchants (Invited): Kara Kazazean, Walmart; Dee O’Malley, BestBuy;  Jesse Pamperin, McDonalds; Barry Hanen, Walgreen; Kara Gunderson, Citgo

5:30 – 6:30 Reception in Exhibit Hall
6:30 – 8:00 NETWORKING RECEPTION – hosted by Secure Technology Alliance/ U.S. Payments Forum
Wednesday, March 28
8:00 – 8:45 Registration – Coffee and pastries
Payment Solutions Track Payments Technology Track Transportation Payments Track
Track Sponsor Track Sponsor Track Sponsor
8:45 – 10:15 Track Chair Address – 

Retail Payments at the Point of Sale

  • Successes in Retail Petroleum EMV Migration
  • Mobile/Contactless Acceptance at the POS
  • Optimizing Transaction Speeds for EMV
  • Future of Payments is Contactless
Track Chair Address –

Securing the Online Payments Channel

  • W3C /FIDO– Authenticated Payments in the Browser
  • EMVCo 3DS eCommerce security
  • Role of ACS for Issuers using 3DS
  • 3D Secure with biometrics

 

Track Chair Address– 

Transit Fare Payment Technology

  • Transit as a Change Agent for Contactless in the U.S.
  • NFC for Interoperable Public Transport Services
  • Open Loop Payments Challenges and Opportunities for Mobility
  • Account-based Ticketing as a Service

 

10:15 – 10:45 Break in Exhibit Hall
10:45 – 12:00 Online and Remote Payments

  • EMV 3DS Implementation Strategies
  • Managing Online Payments Security
  • Omni-Channel Commerce Strategies
  • Unique Challenges for Managing Rideshare Payments
Authentication Technologies for Payments

  • Biometrics authentication, facial, voice
  • Mobile CDCVM Implementation
  • Mobile PIN on Glass

 

Transit Agency Roundtable

This panel of leading U.S. transportation agencies will discuss fare collection technology trends, strategies for acquisition and implementation, and impact transit may have on consumer payments behavior

Agencies (Invited):  MTA (New York), MBTA (Boston), SEPTA (Philadelphia), CTA (Chicago), Tri-Met (Portland)

12:00 – 1:30 Lunch in Exhibit Hall
1:30 – 2:45 Mobile & Contactless Payments

  • Mobile “PAYS” (USPF paper on different models)
  • Mobile POS
  • Peer-to-Peer Payments
Security Technologies for Advanced Payments

  • Tokenization 2.0 and PAR
  • Role of TSP and token requestor
  • Secure In-vehicle payments Biometric Payments Cards
US Payments Forum Transit Fare Payments Implementation Roundtable

A cross-industry panel of the USPF Transit Contactless Open Payments Working Committee will present its report on the EMV technical solution guidance use cases.

USPF Transit Working Committee: Jenn Dogin (Mastercard), Nick Pisarev (G+D), Amy Linden (MTA)

2:45 – 3:15 Break in Exhibit Hall / Exhibit Hall Closes at 4:00
3:15 – 4:15 IoT, Wearables, and Connected Home Payments

  • Hands Free Payments
  • Chatbots and Cognitive Computing
  • Watches, Wearables and IOT Payments
Payments Standards and Specifications

  • Quantum Safe computing
  • Fed Secure Payments Task Force Report
  • EMVCo Secure Remote Commerce Framework
Mobile Ticketing and Parking

  • Comparing NFC and QR Technology for Mobile Ticketing
  • Transit mobile ticketing
  • Smart Parking – The Future of Mobility
4:15 – 5:15 Millennials Panel on Consumer Payments Managing Digital Payments Credentials Panel Discussion Connected Transportation and Multimodal Payments Panel Discussion

 

6:30 – 9:30 OPTIONAL OFF-SITE DINNER

2018 U.S. Payments Forum Meeting Agenda

Wednesday, March 28
U.S. Payments Forum Working Committee Agenda
8:00 – 8:30 Registration – Coffee and pastries
8:30 – 9:00
  • USPF Working Committee Chair Presentations – Updates and Preview of Wednesday Working Committee Sessions
  • Working Committee Reports: ATM; Mobile & Contactless Payments; Card Not Present; Petroleum
USPF Working Committee Breakout Meetings USPF Working Committee Breakout Meetings
9:00 – 10:15  ATM Working Committee Mobile and Contactless Payments Working Committee
10:15 – 10:45 Break in Exhibit Hall
10:45 – 12:00 Merchant Special Interest Group (SIG) Issuer Special Interest Group (SIG)
12:00 – 1:30 Lunch in Exhibit Hall
1:30 – 2:45 ATM Working Committee Card Not Present Working Committee
2:45 – 3:15 Break in Exhibit Hall
3:15 – 4:15 Card Not Present Working Committee Mobile and Contactless Payments Working Committee
4:15 – 5:15 Petroleum Working Committee Mobile Special Interest Group (SIG)
6:30 – 9:30 OPTIONAL OFF-SITE DINNER
Thursday, March 29
8:00 – 8:45 Registration – Coffee and pastries
Future of Payments Track New Technology Spotlight Track
Track Sponsor Track Sponsor
8:45 – 10:15 Track Chair Address

Future of Digital Commerce:

  • Issuer Considerations for Contactless Cards and Mobile
  • Connected cars
  • IOT – wearables, @home, connected car payments
  • Future of Hands-Free No Check-Out Payment
Track Chair Address

New Technology Spotlight Track (Jointly hosted by STA and ICMA)

Highlighting brief marketing presentations about fintech and card technology innovators. Grouped by topic, three 10 minute presentations, plus a 10 minute panel Q&A

  • Powered cards/ Display cards/Wearables
10:15 – 10:45 Break
10:45 – 12:00 Future of AI and Data Analytics in Payments

  • Making Artificial Intelligence Work for Retailers
  • Augmented Reality in Retail
  • Using 3DS Artificial Intelligence for online security
 

  • Card Manufacturing/ Card Printing Technology
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch
 1:00 – 2:00 Future of Authentication in Payments

  • Using Video for ID Verification
  • Cryptocurrency and Alternative Payments
  • Behavioral Biometrics -A World Without Passwords
  • Biometrics/ Digital Currency
2:00 – 3:00 Future of Digital Currencies and Blockchain

  • Digital Fiat Currency Implementation
  • Blockchain Role in the Future of Payments
  • Cryptocurrencies for M2M Payments
  • New Technology Spotlight “Best of Show” Announced
3:00 Conference Adjourns

2018 U.S. Payments Forum Meeting Agenda

Thursday, March 29
U.S. Payments Forum Working Committee Agenda
8:00 – 8:30 Registration – Coffee and pastries
8:30 – 9:00
  • USPF Working Committee Chair Presentations – Updates and Preview of Wednesday Working Committee Sessions
  • Work Committee Reports: Transit Contactless Open Payments; Communication & Education; Mobile and Contactless Payments
USPF Working Committee Breakout Meetings USPF Working Committee Breakout Meetings
9:00 – 10:15 Transit Contactless Open Payments Working Committee Communications and Education Working Committee
10:15 – 10:45 Break in Exhibit Hall
10:45 – 12:00 Transit Contactless Open Payments Working Committee Mobile and Contactless Payments Working Committee Petroleum Working Committee
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch in Exhibit Hall
1:00 – 2:15 Joint Issuer – Merchant Special Interest Groups (SIG) Mobile and Contactless Payments Working Committee
2:15 U.S. Payments Forum Working Committee Sessions End

Official hashtag: #PaymentsSummit

Sponsoring & Exhibiting

This highly-focused event provides unique promotional opportunities for companies in the payments industries to showcase their products and services. Showcase your company, IT solutions and integration services to a receptive audience of decision-makers.

For sponsorship or exhibiting opportunities, click here, or contact Bryan Ichikawa at [email protected] or 1-703-582-7862.

2018 Sponsors

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Show Bag Sponsor
Tuesday Evening Reception Sponsor
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Speakers

Deborah Baxley

Partner, PayGility Advisors

Deborah Baxley is an international mobile/cards payment consultant, recognized expert in the industry, creator of growth strategies for new and existing markets with more than 20 years’ experience consulting to cards and payment companies. She specializes in retail financial services, mobile payments, credit cards, technology strategy and business model development. Through her work in fifteen countries, she has advised issuers, acquirers, networks and processors on product direction and competitive positioning, delivering millions of dollars in new revenue or operating cost savings. As board member of Smart Card Alliance, member US Federal Reserve Faster Payments Taskforce, co-founder of NYPAY and through frequent keynote speaking and writing, she is recognized for insights on the future of retail payments. Some of her most recent articles include “Blockchain’s Disruption of Banking Has Already Begun,” in PaymentSource, and “Apple Pay, a catalyst for the contactless industry” in TechRadar. She is a featured expert on PR Marketplace.

Bill Bodin

Kony

    Don Bush

    VP of Marketing, Kount

      Steven Cole

      Sr. Product Manager, EMV, Vantiv

        Steve Cole is a Senior Product Manager for EMV at Vantiv. In this role, he is responsible for product development of the EMV program for Vantiv’s merchant customers and assisting merchants and Vantiv’s software partners with navigating the EMV certification process. Steve has been with Vantiv since 2005 and has held various positions in project and product management with a focus on the merchant acquiring line of business. Prior to joining Vantiv, Steve worked as a consultant with Arthur Andersen and BearingPoint for over 8 years.

        Jose Correa

        NXP

          Karen Czack

          VP Industry Engagement & Regulation, American Express

            Michael Dinning

            Director, Multimodal Programs & Partnerships, US DOT/Volpe Center

              Michael Dinning is Director of Multimodal Programs and Partnerships at the Volpe Center, the national research center of the U.S. DOT. Mike leads activities in cross-cutting areas, such as mobility and payment systems, cyber security and resilience and transportation data analytics. He is past co-chair of the Transportation Council of the Smart Card Alliance, and is currently leading efforts to explore opportunities for multimodal payments convergence. Mike is co-author of the books, Smart Cards: Seizing Strategic Business Opportunities and Disrupting Mobility.

              Stephanie Ericksen

              Vice President, Global Risk and Authentication Products, Visa

                Allen Friedman

                VP Payment Solutions, Ingenico Group

                  Allen Friedman is Vice President of Payment Solutions at Ingenico Group, North America where he is responsible for Ingenico’s EMV implementation strategy in the United States. Allen has been a member and active participant in the US Payments Forum since its founding as the EMV Migration, and he continues to serve on several committees and working groups. Also, he serves on the Secure Technology Alliance Board of Directors and an active contributing member of the Secure Technology Alliance Payments Council, and is a Secure Technology Alliance Certified Smart Card Industry Professional (CSCIP) for Payments.

                  Kara Gunderson

                  POS Manager, CITGO Petroleum Corporation

                    With a career spanning 18 years in the petroleum payments space, Kara joined CITGO Petroleum Corporation in 2013 as the POS Manager. At CITGO, Kara manages the POS Team, PCI DSS, EMV as well as the POS strategy. Prior to CITGO, Kara worked with petroleum merchants at WorldPay US and managed card payments, branded contracts and relationships at Western Refining, formerly known as Giant Industries. Her in-depth knowledge and experience within the petroleum payments space makes Kara an industry leading expert in the field. Kara is a member of the U.S. Payments Forum Steering Committee and also Co-Chairs Petroleum Working Committee. Outside of this forum, she is also a Board of Advisors member and leads the Data Security Committee for Conexxus, the U.S. Petroleum Industry’s technology standards organization.

                    Scott Haney

                    Vice President – Corporate Operations, Woodforest National Bank

                      Scott Haney serves as Vice President, Corporate Operations for Woodforest National Bank. His responsibilities include assisting executive management with identifying and executing the strategic direction of the Bank’s electronic payment line of business, assisting executive management with the operational oversight of the electronic payments systems, and identifying and managing risk and compliance related thereto. In addition, he has direct responsibility for the Woodforest Banks network of over 800 ATMs located in 17 states in the US. He manages the ongoing strategy, P&L, and maintenance of the program. Mr. Haney began his career in the banking industry. Before coming to Woodforest, he spent 15 years at Liberty Bank and Trust Co., and served as Western Division Director of Professional Services for Diebold, Inc. In addition, he served 14 years at PULSE Network LLC, working in Retail Services, serving as CIO, managing customer relations, switch and settlement activities, data center and information technology areas. He also managed signature debit card services and served as Compliance officer. Mr. Haney studied political science at Southern Illinois University and is a graduate of the University of Virginia Graduate School of Retail Bank Management.

                      Dr. Art Harper

                      PSCU

                        Erik Kobres

                        Revel Systems

                          Joseph Koenig

                          Index

                            Marcel Leyva

                            American Express

                              Oliver Manahan

                              Director, Business Development, Infineon Technologies

                                Oliver Manahan is Director of Business Development for Infineon Technologies. Prior to his current role, Oliver was the Vice President of Emerging Payments with MasterCard. In this role, Mr. Manahan spent 10 years managing MasterCard’s EMV chip, contactless and transit programs for North America. Before that, Mr. Manahan was with Visa for nearly a decade in the emerging products area. Mr. Manahan started his career in the Information Technology field, with companies such as Mercedes-Benz and Pepsi. Mr. Manahan is Infineon’s representative on the Smart Card Alliance Board, co-chaired the Payments Council and co-chaired the Debit committee for the EMV Migration Forum.

                                Dee O'malley

                                Best Buy

                                  Murat Omay

                                  Federal Transit Authority

                                    Jesse Pamperin, PMP

                                    Sr. Project Manager, Cashless Payments, McDonald's Corporation

                                      Andrew Patania

                                      Elavon

                                        Thad Peterson

                                        Senior Analyst, Aite Group

                                          Itai Sela

                                          CEO, B2 Payments USA

                                            Itai Sela is the CEO of B2 Payments USA established to help the US migration to EMV. Over the past 17 years Mr. Sela has become a Subject Matter Expert in the payment industry, specializing in, Smart Cards (EMV), Fraud, Risk Management, Cryptography, Contactless and NFC technologies and E-Commerce. Mr. Sela is an internationally experienced speaker, trainer and consultant with a sound reputation and an exceptional track record. Throughout his career, Mr. Sela has spoken in numerous events, delivered hundreds of trainings and participated in several committees and forums including planning and implementation of EMV and Contactless around the world.

                                            Angee Stonehouse

                                            American Express

                                              Jamie Mark Topolski

                                              Director, Payment Card Product Strategy, Fiserv

                                                Jamie Topolski currently is the Director of Payment Card Products at Fiserv. He is focused on delivering a cost-effective, comprehensive and integrated solution for clients migrating from magnetic stripe to contact and dual-interface EMV™ chip cards. Jamie currently serves on the U. S. Payments Forum Steering Committee and participates in the Secure Technology Alliance Payments Council. Previously, Jamie served on the EMVCo Board of Advisors and was the Manager of Global EMV Programs for Discover Financial Services. Jamie received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University and Master of Business Administration from the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago.

                                                Randy Vanderhoof

                                                Executive Director, Secure Technology Alliance

                                                  Randy Vanderhoof is the Executive Director of the Secure Technology Alliance. The Secure Technology Alliance is a not-for-profit, multi-industry association working to stimulate the understanding, adoption and widespread application of secure solutions, including smart cards, embedded chip technology, and related hardware and software across a variety of markets including authentication, commerce and Internet of Things (IoT). The Secure Technology Alliance, formerly known as the Smart Card Alliance, invests heavily in education on the appropriate uses of secure technologies to enable privacy and data protection and open forums for end users and industry stakeholders in payments, mobile, healthcare, identity and access, transportation, and the IoT in the U.S. and Latin America.

                                                  Erdal Yazmaci

                                                  General Manager, Digital Payments, CardTek

                                                    Erdal Yazmaci is highly-motivated professional with broad expertise in payment systems. He is founder at Cardtek having 16 years of experience in various management roles including business development, partner management, sales and marketing. He led Cardtek from a startup company to an international solution provider. He took role in development of products which have been sold in 26 countries. He has subject matter expertise on EMV, NFC and digital payment and provided 40+ trainings globally.

                                                    Frances Zelazny

                                                    Biocatch

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                                                        Cancellation Policy: All fees will be refunded for cancellations received in writing by March 5, 2018. No refunds are available for cancellations after March 5, 2018. Substitutions are permitted at any time. For assistance, contact Jaci Sauvé at 203-405-6665, or [email protected].

                                                        About Member Registration: Secure Technology Alliance members receive one complimentary conference pass. Complimentary passes were emailed to the main point of contact at each organization. Secure Technology Alliance members automatically receive discount rates for additional (paid) registrations–no code is required. For a list of Secure Technology Alliance members, click here.

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