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CyberSource Events

CyberSource Events is an app for attendees invited to CyberSource events, seminars, and conferences. Use this app to see useful event information...


CyberSource EMEA Summit 2013

CyberSource presents the 2013 EMEA Customer Summit official mobile app for use at the "Fuelling the eConomy" event in London. This app gives Summit...


Visa buys CyberSource for e-commerce security

The credit card company is ponying up $2 billion for CyberSource, whose offerings include fraud detection capabilities.

By April 21, 2010


CyberSource buys software maker in stock deal

In a bid to strengthen its online payment offerings, the transaction services company agrees to acquire PaylinX in a deal worth about $140 million.

By July 11, 2000


CyberSource to buy Paylinx

July 10, 2000


CyberSource to provide financial services on VerticalNet

VerticalNet will announce tomorrow that CyberSource will provide payment and transactions services to companies on VerticalNet's trading communities.

May 9, 2000


CyberSource causes e-commerce frustration

With the holiday shopping season taking off, merchants using CyberSource's credit card authorization system swallow a bitter pill as the company known as the "power behind the buy button" goes offline.

November 15, 1999


CyberSource readying IPO plans

Executives are said to be trying to raise the company's profile before it goes into a quiet period prior to an IPO.

March 23, 1999


Short Take: CyberSource's "virtual data centers" go global

E-commerce service provider CyberSource has established more than a dozen "virtual data centers" outside the United States. It will offer local support for multicurrency payment processing, tax calculations, global digital rights management, credit card fraud screening, export control management, and secure electronic distribution. Working through ISPs, the virtual data centers will be set up in Asia, Australia, Brazil, Europe, Russia, Israel, and Canada by October.

June 30, 1998


Short Take: RocketCash uses antifraud service

E-commerce outsourcing company CyberSource said teen shopping site RocketCash is using its Internet fraud screen service to check for bad credit card numbers. Earlier, CyberSource said that Zip2, a unit of AltaVista, will use several of its e-commerce services for a local store-hosting offering.

July 16, 1999