Today, the EMV headlines are coming at us with the velocity we previously attributed to topics such as big data.
Without a holistic approach to user and transaction verification we're only presenting an appearance of protection — one that will vanish when tested by sophisticated cybercrooks.
Industry experts fielded questions at PayThink 2014 in a session dedicated to sussing out the future of the ATM.
An executive order from the president directs the government to lead the way in securing financial transactions and sensitive data — and in pushing toward nationwide adoption of EMV.
The process of moving to EMV technology can seem overwhelming, but thorough planning, communication and coordination can help make the transition a success.
Just how serious is the EMV challenge facing U.S. ISOs?
The ability to securely download apps to a consumer's smart card has been demonstrated. But why is this important to a market that is already moving toward mobile payment?
Simply by rotating card orientation 90 degrees, Diebold aims to turn the ATM skimming underworld on its head.
America's largest retailer will bulldoze the remaining barriers to EMV adoption, which might have ramifications at the ATM.
You might agree with EMV detractors, but what really matters is that MasterCard and Visa have decided that it has value in combatting fraud at the ATM.