Issuing Dual-Interface Cards 101
Issuing Dual-Interface Cards 101

The U.S. Payments Forum’s Communication & Education Working Committee hosted the first webinar in a two-part series on Dual-Interface Card Personalization on October 13, 2020.

The first session, “Issuing Dual-Interface Cards 101”, covered the basics of dual-interfaced cards, their issuance and testing.  In addition, speakers discussed offline data authentication (ODA).

More information on dual-interface card personalization can be accessed in the Forum’s “Dual-Interface Card Personalization” white paper.  This white paper provides an overview of the difference between EMV contact and dual-interface card personalization, the process for personalizing cards to support ODA, and the ODA transaction process.

Speakers include: Nick Pisarev, G+D Mobile Security; Berke Baydu, Mastercard; Mansour Karimzadeh, SCIL; and Randy Vanderhoof, U.S. Payments Forum

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