Posts Tagged ‘USA’

Questions Remain for US EMV Migration

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Posted on 29th May 2014 by in Financial Services

The U.S. migration to EMV chip payments is well underway, with many industry stakeholders on track to meet October 2015 liability shift deadlines.

Listen up, America: Australia gives a lesson in swift contactless migration

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Posted on 17th Oct 2013 by in Corporate

Recently the CBA (Commonwealth Bank of Australia) came forward with a vital lesson learned from their migration to contactless payments: get the education piece right, and you’ll pave the way for a faster, smoother contactless migration. According to one CBA official, contactless migration in Australia was weighed down by lack of education and poor change […]

How ready is the US for contactless payments?

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Posted on 6th Jun 2013 by in Mobile

Seasoned readers of the blog will know all about the contactless challenge we ran in London last year. Two of the city’s finest mobile bloggers, Ewan MacLeod and Jon Choo, went head-to-head as they put London’s NFC payment infrastructure to the test. The findings were enlightening on the state of contactless payments in the UK, […]

Mobile employee IDs getting closer to reality

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Posted on 10th May 2013 by in Enterprise Security

Do you work from your mobile device?  It’s true that with mobile devices becoming ubiquitous and Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) a trend that is here to stay, corporate and government employees are increasingly eager to use their mobile devices to stay productive at work and on the road.  This doesn’t come without its issues – mobile devices […]

Key dates for EMV in the U.S.

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Posted on 7th Mar 2013 by in Corporate

EMV in the United States is here. Secure, chip-based EMV credit and debit cards are now the new way to pay, and magnetic stripe cards will eventually become a thing of the past. (It’s long overdue; the Central Bank of China recommended that banks stop issuing magstripe cards after 2012, and the European Central Bank has been […]

Smart Card Alliance Payments Summit 2013

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Posted on 13th Feb 2013 by in Enterprise Security

It’s a really exciting time to be part of the U.S. payments industry, with the country migrating to chip-based EMV cards and mobile payment solutions being implemented on a range of connected devices. So we made our way to Salt Lake City for the Smart Card Alliance’s 2013 Payments Summit last week with a great […]

EMV cannot come soon enough to the U.S.

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Posted on 16th Jan 2013 by in Corporate

Card fraud costs people in the European Union around €1.5 billion a year, according to European law enforcement agency, Europol. The criminal market is dominated by “well-structured and globally active organized crime groups (OCGs)” perpetrating illegal transactions. This may understandably worry some of our European-based readers, yet the report also finds that “the majority of illegal […]

Taking the Gemalto Contactless Challenge stateside

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Posted on 10th Jan 2013 by in Mobile

A couple of months ago, two bloggers in the UK took on Gemalto’s Contactless Challenge: a ten-day NFC quest in which they competed against each other to see who could be the most successful in going contactless. By the end, technology blogger Jon Choo emerged victorious with 227 points, while Mobile Industry Review’s Ewan MacLeod […]

America – the land of the free?

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Posted on 19th Dec 2012 by in Enterprise Security

If you’ve been following our recent CIO series on the Gemalto blog you may be wondering how the US fares when it comes to enterprise security. In comparison with the UK, France, Germany and the Nordics, the US establishes itself as a land of caution, influenced by the lessons learned from recent security breaches around […]

Payback time: eBanking and mobile payments in the USA

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Posted on 20th Nov 2012 by in Enterprise Security

If you’re an avid reader of the Gemalto blog, it won’t surprise you to learn that digital commerce and eBanking adoption has risen significantly in the past few years, across the globe, from Turkey to Brazil. So how about the US? Well last year alone, the American Bankers Association found that some 62% of US […]