The Future of Secure Payments in Retail – and What EMV Won't Address

September 16, 2014 | by Andrew B. Morris

The Future of Secure Payments in Retail – and What EMV Won't Address

The payment ecosystem is reeling from recent data thefts at several leading retailers. Payment processors, issuers, networks and retailers are all focused on improving payment security. The liability shift deadline for EMV implementation in the U.S. has been reconfirmed by the card brands as October 2015, but retailers still face great uncertainty about how to secure payments today while also investing for their future. read more >>

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