UK Banks Eye Smart Cards

Bruno, Mark
October 2002
Bank Technology News;Oct2002, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p60
Trade Publication
Reports the concerns of banks on fraud associated with smart cards in Great Britain. Directives issued by the Association for Payment Clearing Services on chip card authorization; Cost of plastic card fraud; Upgrade of automated teller machines.


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