Chip Cards Without A PIN From VISA [Headline]

Chip Cards Without A PIN From VISA [Headline]
Retail

Major financial company adds convenient new technology for credit users that increases security

Sam McNerney
  • 23 january 2012
With Visa’s clarification on January 13 that its U.S. EMV deployments will include Chip-and-no-PIN, retailers are trying to decide if this is a good thing or a bad thing. On the bad side, this forces retailers to immediately trust the chip technology perhaps a bit more than they want to. StoreFrontBackTalk

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