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By Entrust Datacard

July 09, 2014

The landscape for payment transactions is quickly evolving, and the financial industry is looking for a clear answer as to what is next. All fingers are pointing toward chip-based payment standards, also known as EMV smart cards. And many countries outside of the U.S. have already adopted the EMV standard. 
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By Entrust Datacard

September 18, 2014

As Entrust Datacard anticipates the EMV liability shift in October 2015, it is critically important to ensure there is adequate education focused on what financial institutions need to know, as well as how to prepare for this payment shift. Below, is an outline of some of the basics. The 5 W's that you need to know: Who? What? Where? When? &  Why? 
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By Entrust Datacard

October 31, 2014

Although many U.S. financial card issuers are planning on moving to EMV chip card issuance – there are some common misconceptions that have caused other financial institutions to hold-off on implementing EMV cards into their portfolios. Entrust Datacard breaks down the top 5 myths surrounding EMV implementation for banks, bureaus and other financial card issuers.
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By Entrust Datacard

April 03, 2013

As the financial industry experiences major change — including the adjustments the recent announcements to accelerate EMV chip migration in the U.S. by 2015 – banks are being forced to re-evaluate their business strategies to minimize costs and increase efficiencies and innovations in their card operations.
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By Entrust Datacard

January 12, 2015

The EMV 101 series provides go-to-resources for those who are interested in learning more about EMV payment technology and EMV migration in the U.S. This is the third entry to this series that explores who will be affected by the U.S. EMV migration, and how they can best prepare for the shift.
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By Entrust Datacard

January 19, 2015

The EMV 101 series provides go-to-resources for those who are interested in learning more about EMV payment technology and EMV migration in the U.S. This is the fourth entry to this series that outlines the timeline for the U.S. EMV migration. As we progress through the series, we will go more in-depth on the EMV technologies and applications that are important for a successful program roll out.
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By Entrust Datacard

July 01, 2015

The EMV 101 series provides go-to-resources for those who are interested in learning more about EMV payment technology and EMV migration in the U.S. This is the fourth entry to this series that outlines the timeline for the U.S. EMV migration.  As we progress through the series, we will go more in-depth on the EMV technologies and applications that are important for a successful program roll out.
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By Entrust Datacard

July 28, 2015

With the looming liability shift in the United States, EMV is on every payment card issuer’s mind. Though with the challenge comes opportunities, such as bolstering customer relationships. 
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By Entrust Datacard

October 01, 2015

It’s October 1 – Do your credit and debit cards have smart chips in them? Are your local and national merchants ready to accept your cards? Do the merchants know how to accept your chip card? Your answer: Maybe? With today as the self-imposed deadline by credit card companies for U.S. adoption of EMV technology, many card issuers and merchants are finding themselves lagging behind. Many consumers are still waiting for their new chip cards to be issued by their banks and merchants are still trying to figure out how to operate their new payment terminals.
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By Entrust Datacard

October 19, 2015

October 1 was a game-changing day as far as credit cards are concerned. That's because this was the day that the EMV rollout went into effect in the United States. Although "rollout" was the term used to broadly describe what took place, October 1 did not actually signal a mandatory implementation of EMV across the board. Instead, it represented a fraud liability shift, wherein merchants - and not card providers - will be largely responsible for dealing with fraudulent transactions if these merchants are not EMV-enabled. This shifting of responsibility is meant to spur retailers to quickly adopt EMV processing capabilities. 
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