EMV/Tokenization: Liability Shift & Framework for Implementation
The switch to EMV means upgrading ATMs, issuing new cards, upgrading equipment, customer/employee education and more.
This session provides an overview of EMV today including threats and controls for implementation in your risk management practice.
Europay, MasterCard and Visa (EMV), is a standard for cards equipped with integrated circuit (IC) chips. The objective of the EMV standard is to help reduce fraud by eventually eliminating the magnetic stripe information. For financial institutions, the switch to EMV means, among other things, upgrading ATMs, issuing new cards, upgrading instant issue equipment and customer/employee education. Additionally, financial institutions will need a solution for card not present transactions. The most popular choice appears to be tokenization or barcode symbols.
- Overview of EMV today
- EMV vulnerabilities and risks
- EMV implementation
- Card not present solutions
- EMV risk assessment
- Tokenization considerations
- EMV frequently asked questions
Technical risk and vulnerabilities will be highlighted, such as encryption, magstripe, and current attacks against EMV. With an awareness to the threats, this discussion will enumerate possible controls for consideration in your risk management practice.
IT personnel, information security officers, members of the IT committee, CEOs, CFOs, senior management, operations officers, security officers, compliance officers, marketing officers and auditors.
Bruce Updon, CISA, CISM, CISSP, CEH, CRISC, Certified Forensics Investigator, served for over 20 years in the United States Air Force, including 10 years as a Communications Security Officer. He is an EVP at Secure Banking Solutions (SBS) and has experience in project management, information security, data networking, IT audits, data encryption, and banking operations. Mr. Upton has worked with the Texas Bankers Association and the Conference of State Bank Supervisors to create the Corporate Account Takeover Guidance used in many states today.
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