Financial institutions’ loss in court could intensify the fight to force retailers to shoulder more data breach costs.
SAN JOSE, Calif. – The role of ever-evolving payment technology is shifting in financial institutions.
The 2014 adoption rate in 37 European countries is 83.5%, while America comes in last at just 7.3%.
Although Judge Paul Magnuson agrees the settlement isn't fair, a lack of class action status makes it legal.
Guidance addresses fundamentals of contactless acceptance, common compliance issues and processing.
Of the 250 issuers that have Apple Pay agreements, approximately 155 are credit unions.
A payments industry task force predicts 98% of eight major financial institutions’ cards will have chips by year-end 2017.
Payments processor TMG increases 2014 fraud savings for members by 40% over 2013.
MasterCard deal worth $19M doesn't come close to covering actual breach losses, say bank and credit union plaintiffs.
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