EMV 3DS 2.0 is the new standard for 3 Domain Secure products, and it provides a better and more comprehensive method of card holder authentication. The new standard is applied to online or non-face-to-face transactions, also called Card-Not-Present transactions. 3DS 2.0 provides more convenient ways to authenticate card holders, especially for mobile devices, such as face recognition and fingerprints. 3DS 2.0 makes transactions smoother and quicker.
PCI 3DS is defined by PCI SSC for the security requirements of the 3DS operating environment and data protection. ACS, DS, and 3DSS are required to pass the assessment for PCI 3DS before users can go online. This is to ensure a secure operating environment.