EMV Chip Technology Is the Future of U.S. Payments: Get the Facts in New EMV Migration Forum Infographic

Princeton Junction, N.J., December 16, 2014 – The new year will bring a new way to pay in-store for many U.S. consumers, with 600 million[i] new EMV chip cards expected to reach their wallets and increasing acceptance of the cards at retail stores. The EMV Migration Forum explains what you need to know about the changes that are coming with this secure payment technology in the new infographic “EMV Chip Cards: The Future of Payments.”

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What Is the Security Behind EMV Chip Payments?

The EMV Migration Forum Explains the Cryptogram in New Video Tutorial

Princeton Junction, N.J. December 10, 2014 – Increased security and reduction of in-person counterfeit card fraud are major drivers for the ongoing migration to EMV chip payments in the U.S. However, the advanced security processes going on behind the scenes of a chip transaction may be confusing for stakeholders new to the technology. The EMV Migration Forum simplifies one of the fundamental security features of chip transactions – the cryptogram – in a new video tutorial released today.

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