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Randy Vanderhoof

EMV Chip Migration: A Top Priority

At last week’s Smart Card Alliance 2015 Payments Summit in Salt Lake City, two distinct themes played out frequently among the 100+ speakers selected to participate in front of a group of more than 600 attendees. I expand on those themes and more in my letter in this quarter’s Smart Card Talk newsletter. We also have an update on Alliance Councils, a Member Profile on TSYS, new CSCIP and CSEIP recipients, and much more. Thank you for your interest and support of the Smart Card Alliance. Read the letter.

New White Paper on EMV, Encryption and Tokenization

The Smart Card Alliance Payments Council recently published a white paper, Technologies for Payment Fraud Prevention: EMV, Encryption and Tokenization, to describe the role of EMV, encryption and tokenization for securing the payments infrastructure and preventing payment fraud.

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