Posted on 22 April 2014 by
A whole new language is coming with EMV credit cards. Did you know that an EMV credit card isn’t used by swiping it? “Swiping” will someday be a term of the past (along with the mag-stripe relics that swiping supports). Credit cards with an EMV chip are “dipped”, “waved”, or “tapped.” Not to worry, it’s […]
Posted on 24 September 2013 by
In its recently released Hype Cycle for Financial Services Payment Systems report, Gartner gave warning of increasing payment card fraud in the U.S., highlighting EMV (‘chip and pin’) payment cards as the preferred solution. According to Gartner, “U.S. banks should recognize that fraud will likely increase exponentially and with little warning. They should develop an EMV-centric […]
Posted on 17 February 2012 by
Last week, the Gemalto team headed out to Salt Lake City, Utah for the 2012 Smart Card Alliance Payments Summit. The three-day event lived up to its name, covering all things payments such as EMV chip card payments, mobile payments and wallets, NFC, and open transit payments. The hot topic of the event? EMV’s impending […]
Posted on 29 September 2014 by
Transport for London’s new contactless payment system marks the tipping point for wide-spread mobile payments adoption.
Posted on 23 October 2013 by
A study from Booz and Company a few years ago claimed that electronic government capabilities are a crucial part of a nation’s technological development and that although countries in the Middle East region had started to implement e-government, there was still some way to go. Several years on we can see many of these electronic […]
Posted on 13 June 2011 by
With the boom in online banking, Banks around the world are moving rapidly to expand their use of digital security devices – something you have – for eBanking and eCommerce. The move to a safer online experience using digital security devices to replace antiquated static passwords is universal and in the first of our series of 4 posts we’re looking at Asia.