The EMV Migration Forum expects another 100 million EMV-enabled cards will be issued over the next year.
FBI report warns of increasing POS malware attacks and a lack of coordination with local authorities overseas.
October 2015 date will place liability for breaches on the transaction's weakest link.
Carrier-backed NFC wallet gets national rollout. No credit union involvement.
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.
New group to help chip card integration.
New website to help better understand payment cards using chip technology.
As the payment industry begins to move toward replacing magnetic stripe cards with cards that use embedded smart chips, credit unions and other card issuers will have to eventually decide whether they will issue cards that use personal identification numbers or signatures to validate transactions.
Mobility Matters is by veteran tech reporter Robert McGarvey. This week's topics include the credit union difference on RDC fees and an NFC update.
After years of steadily holding back support for embedding smart chips into U.S. issued cards, the largest card brand has announced it will now back the use of smart card technology in the U.S.