November 21, 2016Blog Posts

The chip card migration needs more speed and consistency


Despite the breakneck speed of technological advances, however, the United States has been slow to evolve its security practices compared with other countries, many of which began adopting EMV more than a decade ago.

Last year’s liability shift for the majority of businesses in the United States created financial impacts and a risk of longer queues – both delayed adoption of EMV at the point of sale. The U.S. implementation has been inconsistent, and some small businesses struggle to afford new EMV technology acceptance devices and to complete EMV certification.


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