Beyond Signatures and PINs -
Developments in Authentication Methods

Presented on October 15, 2015

  • Materials:
  • Beyond Signatures and PINs - Developments in Authentication Methods

  • About this program:
  • The traditional use of signatures and PINs to authenticate payments is starting to be replaced by a range of options,from thumbprint login for Apple Pay, to the use of wearables, to tokenization. This session will discuss the various legal issues raised by novel authentication methods, ranging from privacy and security concerns, issues relating to compliance with anti-money laundering requirements, to contractual requirements. Join Ana Badour, Carole Piovesan, and Kirsten Thompson of McCarthy Tétrault, as they give you practical advice on these issues.

  • Accreditation:
  • This program qualifies for up to 1.5 hours of eligible educational activity or CPD/MCE credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia, Ontario and Québec.