Jane Khodos
Jane Khodos

Jane Khodos

Vice President, Worldwide Communications

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Jane Khodos serves as Vice President of Communications on MasterCard’s Worldwide Communications team. Her focus is on all things safety and security and advancing the company’s thought leadership in this sphere.

Prior to joining MasterCard, Jane worked in the defense industry at Lockheed Martin and at Exelis (former ITT Corp, and now Harris Corp) in a number of communications and marketing roles, focusing on aerospace, space and maritime businesses.

Khodos holds a bachelor’s degree in public relations from Syracuse University and a master’s degree in global security studies with a concentration in strategy from Johns Hopkins University.

Contact: jane.khodos@mastercard.com | +1.914.327.0820

Recent Posts

Decision Intelligence™ leverages machine learning technology to increase approvals for genuine transactions and deliver overall better consumer shopping experience PURCHASE, N.Y. – November 30, 2016 – Mastercard today introduced Decision Intelligence, a comprehensive decision and fraud detection service. The solution uses artificial intelligence technology to help financial institutions increase the accuracy of real-time approvals of …
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MasterCard IQ Series Targets Rising Number of False Declines Purchase, N.Y. – February 18, 2016 – MasterCard today unveiled MasterCard IQ series, a suite of pioneering solutions that use real-time intelligence to empower issuers to make more informed fraud management decisions. Through this effort, cardholders and merchants would see a reduced number of transactions unnecessarily …
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Integrated Offering Enables Consumer Experience and Enhances Protection Purchase, N.Y. – Feb. 17, 2016 – Building on decades of delivering security-focused innovations, MasterCard today announced plans to raise the bar on everyday peace of mind, creating global consistency across a series of controls and alerts offered to cardholders. The features – which deliver greater convenience and real-time …
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The MasterCard Zero Liability rule establishes a minimum standard for protection against unauthorized transactions, and is designed to work together with and be subject to local laws. For more information on how MasterCard is expanding this consumer protection around the globe, read our press release.

Delivers Industry’s First Global Zero Liability Promise  Purchase, N.Y. – Nov. 11, 2015 – MasterCard today announced an industry first in its move to create one global Zero Liability promise for consumers. Under the new program, consumer and small business cardholders will enjoy added protection from unauthorized transactions. “Over the past few years, consumers have …
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Purchase, N.Y. – August, 18, 2015 – MasterCard is pioneering the use of your “selfie” or fingerprint to make an online payment transaction with the launch of trial programs in Europe and the U.S., it was announced today. Starting this week in the Netherlands, International Card Services (ICS) B.V. and ABN AMRO cardholders will trial …
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White Paper: A New Roadmap for Authentication in Europe

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MasterCard Chief Payment System Integrity Officer Nancy O’Malley has been elected to the Steering Committee of the United States Federal Reserve Bank’s 225 member Secure Payment Taskforce. The Secure Payments Task Force will engage in advancing the work outlined in Strategies for Improving the U.S. Payment System, published in January 2015 by The Federal Reserve. …
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From EMV to biometrics protecting payments by testing the latest in security innovation  To tweet this news, copy and paste http://news.mstr.cd/1Mn97EG to your Twitter handle  Purchase, N.Y. – July 23, 2015 – MasterCard today opened its digital security facility to its customers, driving further collaboration on key issues that can deliver greater payments peace of mind. Located …
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