Visa and Mastercard decison to delay EMV fuel pump migration three years is a fraud concern for credit unions.
Mastercard launches artificial intelligence technology for credit card transactions.
Credit unions that haven't yet converted may experience fraud.
The CUSO plans to make the digital wallets available by September.
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%.
The market for digital wallets is approaching a tipping point, and the window of opportunity to stake a claim may soon close.
For many merchants, while their terminals are capable of supporting EMV, they are still opting to wait on activating the technology.
Torrance Community CU recovers 100% of its 2014 credit card charge-offs.