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SumUp launches new business payment card in partnership with Mastercard

UK-based FinTech startup SumUp has unveiled its first business payment card to give merchants smoother access to funds and clearer oversight of their finances.

Mastercard to open its first European cybersecurity centre

Mastercard is building its first European Cyber Resilience Centre, which will help to drive collaboration in the public and private sectors.

Republic of North Macedonia to launch national identity system with Mastercard

The Republic of North Macedonia’s government has revealed plans for a national digital identity service which is being built in partnership with Mastercard.

Trust Stamp teams up with Mastercard for boosting privacy and data...

Trust Stamp, an AI-powered authentication platform, has received a strategic investment from Mastercard.

Pine Labs secures investment from Mastercard

Pine Labs, a payment acceptance software builder, has received an investment from Mastercard as part of a new partnership.

Mastercard opens new cyber office in Canada

Mastercard has opened its intelligence and cyber centre in Vancouver, Canada, to help it increase development of cybersecurity, AI and IoT solutions.

How Marqeta and Mastercard team up could spell out great news...

Payments platform Marqeta has become a certified Mastercard processor and this could give European challenger banks reason to celebrate.

Mastercard acquires cybersecurity company RiskRecon

Mastercard has acquired RiskRecon, an AI and data analytics solution designed to help companies protect their online systems and infrastructure.

Mastercard to hold tests on new identity verification service

Mastercard will hold the initial tests for a digital service which could verify a person’s identity immediately, safely and securely in the digital and physical world.

Mastercard invests in Doconomy to help consumers see CO2 impact their...

Mastercard has made an undisclosed equity investment into Doconomy, a startup helping consumers become more aware of their CO2 impact when making payments.