Big tech vendor latest to join smart card wave in U.S.
Council launches website, forum in support of year-long United Nations recognition.
PSCU Financial Services is joining in the EMV wave, rolling out new credit cards that carry both EMV chip-and-PIN security and traditional magnetic stripes.
PSCU Financial Services is now offering its 680 owner credit unions new plastic with EMV chip-and-PIN for overseas members.
More big announcements on the EMV front, including a joint Citibank-American Airlines issue. Meanwhile, United Nations FCU adds users.
U.S. Senate action follows similar declaration from the United Nations.
The nation's second largest credit union, State Employees' Credit Union, has become the second CU in the country to put computer chips into its credit or debit cards.
The nation's second largest credit union has become the second CU in the country to put computer chips into its credit or debit cards.
The Members Group is offering a downloadable white paper on what it says may be the inevitable demise of magnetic-stripe cards in favor of the EMV global payments standard.
That's been the case this past year in credit union technology. That old saying is also considered a back-handed curse,