Here's a quick look at the reader chatter this past week.
A Paragon Application Systems expert shares three ways credit unions can prepare for the shift.
For every merchant hit by fraud, a financial institution bears the brunt of the associated costs.
Researchers find an upgrade flaw in U.S. chip-based cards that allows hackers to rewrite the magstripe code.
A post-EMV liability shift increase in chargebacks and fraud leads Visa and MasterCard to take action.
Since the Oct. 1 liability shift, the number of Mastercard credit cards with EMV chips has increased by 88%.
Taxi medallion loans have been a hot discussion topic across CU Times’ social media channels.
E-commerce and account openings growing cybercrime as financial services customers continue to login to online banking via mobile apps almost twice as much as via desktop.
California, New York and Massachusetts lead EMV adoption; Oklahoma, Maine and Mississippi lag.
Visa to block all U.S. counterfeit fraud chargebacks of less than $25. American Express to follow.