A U.S. payments body tasked with supporting the move to EMV security will broaden its focus to combating online fraud, as the move to chip cards continues apace.
Randy Vanderhoof, director of the rebranded U.S. Payments Forum, said his members believed the EMV migration has made substantial progress, and they now want to turn their attention to card-not-present fraud as well.
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