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Educational Webinar: Securing Card on File eCommerce

with New Tokenization Tools

By Panel of Experts




Card on File has quickly become a convenient method of payment for digital merchants and consumers where the storing of card numbers is expected. However, with that growth comes risk. Experiences with the card security and data breaches will be shared by end-users from the public and private sector. Networks, such as Mastercard, are coming to the rescue with various resolutions.

Mastercard explains Mastercard Digital Enablement Service (MDES) for merchants, which combines network level tokenization with account lifecycle management to deliver a best-in-class solution for a better:

  • user experience for recurring payments
  • data security via tokenization tools
  • portfolio enrollment across participating MDES merchant network
Target Audience

Card programs where Card on File is used for recurring vendor payments such as: Amazon, travel providers, Uber, Lyft, eCatalog purchases, etc.


Greg Hamilton, Director Public Sector
Mastercard Worldwide

Greg joined the Mastercard Worldwide team in 2012 after more than 25 years as a leader in this market segment working directly for several large issuers and technology partners. As vice president of Public Sector Sales for large market commercial payments in the U.S., he and his bank issuing partners are actively involved in assisting with RFP development, program design, implementation and overall sales and service strategy for state and local government, higher education and not for profit organizations. Greg's responsibilities include commercial credit products including virtual payments, Purchasing Card, Travel Card and fleet applications. 

Greg has lived in the Denver area since 1988 and has in-depth experience in sales and sales management, eProcurement technology, data integration, implementation, training, merchant acquisition, relationship management, program expansion and process consulting. Greg has successfully partnered with hundreds of clients in both the public and private sector, helping them to realize significant cost savings and increasing internal efficiencies associated with implementing electronic payment solutions.

Darren Strater, CPCP, Associate Director of University Payments
University of Illinois

Darren is the Associate Director of University Payables at the University of Illinois and is responsible for Support Services, which includes the Corporate Card Program, Payment Services, Vendor Maintenance and Customer Service.


Paula Scott, Administrator Procure to Pay
Morris Communications

Paula has worked with Morris for over 18 years. During this time, she has held many roles. One of those, which she has held since 2007, is as the Corporate Card administrator. Paula was involved in the company’s initial implementation of a P-Card/Travel Card program. She has maintained the Corporate Card usage policies and contributes to the corporate travel policy. She is responsible for the maintenance of the Corporate Card website supplied by the bank. In this capacity, she creates new cards, updates hierarchy structure and workflow, and reconciles transactions posted to the system. 

During her tenure, she has worked with three different bank card providers and on four financial ERP systems. Cardholders are issued One Cards, Purchasing Cards, Travel Cards or Fleet Cards, depending on their spending needs. She has implemented procedures to monitor transactions for policy violations as well as card breaches. In two cases, she identified the breach before the bank. 

Morris Communications Company, LLC is an Augusta, Georgia, based multimedia family-owned company whose holdings include lifestyle magazines, visitor publications, events, broadband, real estate and agri-business.  

Jason Taylor
Mastercard Worldwide

Duration  This presentation is approximately 60 minutes in duration.
Original Presentation Date  August 28, 2019

Continuing Education Credit

Viewing of this presentation will earn 0.25 points towards CPCP initial eligibility or recertification.
What Do You Get? Link to recorded webinar through the GoToWebinar tool.


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