The Secure Payments Partnership represents and advocates for industries that span the payments system. We advance sound policies that drive state-of-the-art technologies, competition and collaboration to continually improve the nation's payment infrastructure, meet the evolving needs of commerce, and provide businesses and consumers convenience, flexibility and security in payment options. The Secure Payments Partnership is committed to making the U.S. payments infrastructure the strongest, most innovative and most secure in the world.
What we stand for
Strong User Authentication
Payment Security Innovation
Open Security and Implementation Standards
Network Routing Competition
Updates
White Paper
The Secure Payments Partnership latest white paper, Payment Insecurity: How Visa and Mastercard Use Standard-Setting to Restrict Competition and Thwart Payment Innovation. 
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EMVCo Fact Sheet
Visa and Mastercard want Americans to believe the MYTH that EMVCo, America’s current payments standards setting body, is working to protect consumers, but the FACTS prove they’re only protecting market share. 
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One-Pager
Read SPP’s one-pager from our latest white paper discussing payment insecurity in the the U.S. payments industry.
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Press Release
Read our press release for SPP’s latest white paper including excerpts from our member companies including the National Retail Federation, the National Association of Convenience Stores, and SHAZAM.
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About SPP

The Secure Payments Partnership (SPP) brings together retail groups and payment networks who are committed to greater security and transparency across the payments system. SPP founding members include the Food Marketing Institute, National Retail Federation, National Association of Convenience Stores, National Grocers Association, and SHAZAM. SPP was formed to anticipate new and better technologies for making payments that are secure and fast. SPP encourages and supports sound policies that improve the payments infrastructure, meet the evolving needs of commerce, and provide convenience and security to businesses and consumers.