As credit unions learn more about new technology, they are some of the institutions leading the nation in the issuance of payment cards that use embedded computer chips to validate identity and secure transactions.
Recent announcements from Visa and MasterCard have set the stage for the U.S. implementing EMV/chip cards.
The Smart Card Alliance, an industry group organized to promote wider use of cards enabled with computer chips, is starting a forum designed to facilitate the implementation of cards with chips in the U.S.
Big bank joins list of issuers offering EMV cards to cardholders who travel overseas often.
Potential business benefits of the EMV chip outweigh even its anti-fraud value.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Three credit unions will begin issuing EMV chip enabled cards later this year as part of a pilot program with FIS.
The $24 billion State Employees’ Credit Union is not waiting around for the widespread of adoption of chip and pin cards.
Card brand says strong interest among large issuers and small.
Card brand joins rival Visa in planning EMV technology adoption for U.S. cards.
Which type of EMV chip technology, chip-and-PIN or chip-and-signature, is best suited to support the country’s migration to EMV?