EMV Essentials site includes explanations of technology embedded in EMV cards already widely used overseas, as well as timeline for the liability shift through 2017.
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.
CUNA Mutual's senior risk management consultant says now is the time.
CU clients of Fiserv may soon be able to offer their members personalized smart chip cards, according to an announcement from the technology firm.
Big tech vendor latest to join smart card wave in U.S.
Despite the documented ability of smart chips to cut fraud losses, experts say some credit unions and CUSOs have not moved very quickly to start issuing credit and debit cards enabled with the higher tech chips.
Chip-based smart cards offer opportunity for credit unions while smartphones take a lead in challenging plastic.