Updates from the Forum
- 2022 Payments Summit: Topic Lineup Revealed, Including Mobile Payment Trends, Chip Supply Challenges and The Future of Authentication
- Forum announces November Member Meeting, co-located with the Secure Technology Alliance Mobile Driver’s License (mDL) Workshop in Houston, Texas. Agenda includes 8-Digit BIN migration, global chip supply challenges and a session on implementing EMVCo standards for EMV Level 3 (L3).
- The Paypers has published a report “Payment Methods Report 2021 – Latest Trends in Payment Preferences” that includes a byline by US Payments Forum executive director Jason Bohrer on card-on-file tokenization (pages 76-77). To download the free report, click here.
- Forum releases Summer Market Snapshot discussing the continued contactless payments uptick, EMV implementation in the petroleum industry and the payments industry’s response to the chip supply shortage.
- Forum announces new Director, Jason Bohrer, succeeding retiring director Randy Vanderhoof
- Forum releases resources on cleaner payments and consumer interactions at the POS to assist with COVID-19 responses for taking payments
- Forum publishes guidance to reduce EMV Level 3 certification time for retailer systems using electronic payment servers and for contactless payments
- Listen to the Forum’s Contactless POS Experience Best Practices webinar
- Card-on-File Tokenization Considerations, Including Debit Routing
Resource providing an overview of card-on-file tokenization solution options and stakeholder considerations
- Intake Form Terminology for EMV Level 3 POS Certification
Resource providing common definitions of terms used in Level 3 certification intake forms
- Best Practices – Customer Messaging for Transit Open Payments
Educational resource on customer communication best practices for contactless open payments acceptance in transit
- Contactless Limits and EMV Transaction Processing
Resource providing guidance on how contactless limits are used during EMV contactless transaction processing in the U.S.
- Card-Not-Present (CNP) Fraud Mitigation Techniques
Educational resource providing profiles on different CNP fraud mitigation techniques
- U.S. Automated Fuel Dispenser Chip Fallback Transaction Processing Best Practices
Guidance on best practices for supporting fallback transactions at the automated fuel dispenser
- Tips for Cleaner Payments
Resource providing practical tips for a “cleaner” payment experience for merchants, ATM owners and consumers.
- EMV 3-D Secure
Primer on the EMV 3DS protocol, its features and the data and transaction process
- Contactless Operating Mode Requirements Clarification white paper
Educational resource on the contactless operating mode requirements set by each of the payment networks
- Options for Reducing Level 3 EMV Certification Time for Retailer Systems using Electronic Payment Servers (EPS)
Resource discussing solutions to help reduce the implementation time and effort required for the AFD community to meet the October 2020 fraud liability shift deadline
- Dual-Interface Card Personalization
Guidance for the issuing community on issuing and personalizing dual-interface cards for the U.S. market
- Petroleum Industry: EMV FAQ
Frequently asked questions about EMV chip implementation for petroleum retailers
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