SecureKey, the leading provider of trusted identity networks, today announced Banking 2020: mCommerce, Virtual Money and Privacy, a new webinar that will bring industry experts together to discuss digital currencies and the role of smart devices, and present their views on the critical success factors for implementing digital payments and mCommerce. Co-hosted by American Banker, the webinar will take place on Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time and feature speakers from SecureKey, the Royal Canadian Mint, Intel and Modo Payments.   

“Digital currency and mobility are converging forces in today’s payments landscape, and organizations that deliver mobile payment services must focus on simple, secure and familiar applications to drive user adoption,” said Michael Ting, vice president of payments for SecureKey. “This webinar will offer attendees valuable information on mCommerce, virtual money, privacy and other hot trends today so that they will be ready to take advantage of them when they become commonplace in 2020.”

Among the experts participating in the webinar are Vishram Dalvi, director of IPT (Identity Protection Technology) strategy at Intel, Bruce Parker, founder and chief executive officer of Modo Payments, and Marc Brûlé, chief emerging payments officer at the Royal Canadian Mint.

These experts will explore the emergence and growth of digital, or virtual, currencies, their value proposition and the problems they solve, critical trends in the market and where they will be in 2020, and how they relate to trends in mobile payments. Presenters will offer their perspectives on the critical elements of mobile strategies today and in the future, including the importance of security and payments, the characteristics of a solid digital payment solution, what stakeholders need to do to be ready, and what is needed for adoption by consumers, merchants, banks or other financial institutions.

Those wishing to attend the Banking 2020: mCommerce, Virtual Money and Privacy webinar may register now online at