Suspects charged with in website takedowns against Visa, MasterCard, Bank of America and others.
This Opinion piece looks at the growing problem of ATM skimming, including its role in the move toward EMV chip-and-PIN adoption.
Why the virtual currency matters.
The National Retail Federation announced last week that it will formally oppose the final settlement of litigation between retailers, Visa and MasterCard and a number of the largest card issuers.
Latest round in battle between card brands and retailers seeks rejection of interchange settlement.
Website attack tools a dime a dozen, and powerful enough to take down an unprotected credit union.
The retail group, which had not been part of the original litigation, had been criticizing the settlement for months.
Card processor says chip-and-PIN worked for Bank-Fund Staff FCU members in six countries.
A new policy and fee structure from Visa are having a significant impact on the already complicated debit interchange market and, in some cases, are making that market more difficult for credit unions to navigate, according to payments executives.
More closely analyzing transaction data to better understand member behavior continued to make inroads with credit unions as another large credit union payment organization announced a new data analysis tool.