SCA eCommerce rules come into force

14/03/2022 | Infosecurity Magazine

New rules for e-commerce have come into force in the UK that online shoppers will need to provide two forms of identification when making a purchase. The strong customer authentication (SCA) rules have been introduced to raise security and reduce fraud. In 2021, UK citizens and businesses lost £2.5bn from fraud and cybercrime.

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