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Electronic Payment Systems

by: O'Mahony, Donal ; Joint Author : Tewari, Hitesh : Joint Author : Peirce, Michael

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Publisher: ARTECH HOUSE,

Category: ELECTRONIC COMMERCE Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0890069255
ISBN13: 9780890069257

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This book offers the first comprehensive survey of the major electronic payments systems currently available. Requiring only a basic familiarity with computing an networking, the book covers numerous Internet payment systems including E-cash, SET, FSTC, and Millicent. It provides background needed to understand how each payment system works and to select the system and financial software best suited to a specific company's needs.


  As the Internet continues to transform commerce as we know it, the method of payment is one component that's critical to successfully conducting business across a network. Electronic Payment Systems offers the first comprehensive, up-to-date survey of the major electronic payment systems currently available. Requiring only a basic familiarity with computing and networking, the book covers numerous Internet payment systems including E-cash, SET (secure electronic transactions), FSTC electronic check project, and Millicent. It identifies the properties unique to the various systems, provides a working knowledge of the necessary cryptography, and explains the protocols involved. In eight concisely written chapters, it provides all the background needed to understand how each payment system works and to select the system and financial software best suited to a specific company's needs.


  

Table of Contents

Motivation for Electronic Payment. Characteristics of Current Payment Systems. Cryptographic Techniques. Credit Card-Based Systems. Electronic Checks. Electronic Cash Payment Systems. Micropayment Systems. Payment Systems-Prospects for the Future.