For more than 10 years, Europe has used the more secure “Chip and PIN” over the old “Chip and Signature.” This ZDNet article discusses the issue from multiple perspectives, and it quotes ACI on how the Chip and PIN protects better against credit card fraud.
This piece, from Real Clear Policy, discusses the need for protecting consumer’s personal information and why retail merchants may be the weakest link when it comes to credit card security.
Texas’ success and growth are largely due to its diverse and largely healthy economy, including a retail sector that, according to the Texas Retailers Association, has about 107,000 retail establishments and employs over 1.9 million Texans. Yet unlike some of its peers, this industry and the consumers it serves remain unnecessarily threatened. According to a […]
This article, published in today’s Toledo Blade and written by ACI’s Steve Pociask, explains how modern technology will help foil credit card fraud. To read the op-ed, visit The Blade.
A recent piece in The Hill’s Congress Blog missed some important points on the security benefits that chip and PIN technology provides. While I agree with the author’s view that there is no silver bullet for preventing all credit card fraud, chip and PIN is the best available near-term solution to protect American consumers from […]
This piece, available at Forbes, discusses how chip and PIN technology can sharply reduce credit card fraud in merchant stores and decrease data breaches, while the chip and signature solution that now being deployed in the U.S. will only make a modest incremental improvement.
This piece, by Steve Pociask of ACI, discusses how Chip and PIN technology, which have been widely used across the globe, are needed in the U.S. to protect consumers and merchants. To read the piece, visit the Huffington Post.
Worried about the security of your credit card purchases with holiday season? POTUS host Jon Decker interviewed ACI’s Steve Pociask on PIN and Chip Technology. You can listen to the interview here:
This piece, published at CNBC, discusses credit card fraud and its risks to consumers. Surprisingly, one solution to fix this fraud, Chip and PIN technology, has been around for 15 years and used in Europe for over a decade with great success. Maybe it is time for the U.S. to move away from its 1970s stripe […]
This interview discusses how credit card security could be improved to protect consumers from fraud with Chip and PIN technology. The article points to inaction by the banks as a problem in getting this technology to market. To read the interview, go to Inside Sources.