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.
CO-OP Financial Services, OpenIDEO and MasterCard partner for CU engagement.
Credit union employees test mobile biometrics tools; more than 90% say they would use them every day.
Fraudsters often pose as financial institution representatives to coerce personal information from victims.