Millions Of Merchants May Fail To Meet The Security Deadline

While an overwhelming number of retailers in the United States are still pacing the shift to the use of EMVs, another persuasive tech has hit the market. Most retailers are still lagging behind as they should have ditched the use of TLS 1.0 as their primary transaction security protocol which is set to expire in

The US Conversion to EMV And Its Side Effects

The US conversion to EMV is almost 2 years old now. What major issues are involved with the process of adoption? Below you can read several important points associated with some side effects regarding EMV technology: EMV chip cards were first tested 20 years ago. They were developed for offline authorizations in the European market

Bank of America Takes the Lead in EMV Chip Implementation

This past October, Bank of America (BofA) took the lead on issuing Europay-MasterCard-Visa (EMV) chip enabled cards. This makes Bank of America, the first major banking institution to take this step. As cards expire, new cards with the EMV chip will be sent to bank customers. This is an attempt by Bank of America to

EMV Chip Card Technology Gets Backing From President Obama

On any given day, President Obama can catch a lot of dissension from every direction. However, his recent views and backing of EMV technology have people praising him. While EMV technology is coming, his support can perhaps help those who are not sure about the technology embrace it. EMV technology is better known as “chip

EMV Pin and Chip Card Dilemma in the United States

As the October 2015 deadline looms for card issuers to deploy EMV pin and chip cards, a major United States issuer has elected not to use the traditional European chips that protects consumers from fraud. A new study by Aite Group reveals that most banks and issuers in the United States will use chip–and- signature