Complying With the Payment Card Industry (PCI)
- Visa, MasterCard kiss and make up. // Seybold Report on Desktop Publishing;2/19/96, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p31
Reports on the settlement of a feud between Visa and MasterCard over the standards for electronic commerce. Agreement to develop common secure method to transfer credit-card data over Internet; Basis for online newsstand; Joint specification for chip cards.
- Sewing security into the `net'. // U.S. Banker;Aug95, Vol. 105 Issue 8, p19
Predicts that banking via the computer network may soon be a reality with Visa International and MasterCard International Inc. agreeing to form a common standard for securing credit card transaction over the Internet. Availability of joint standard; Reasons for joining forces; Differences of...
- Spooks on the web? // American Banker;3/18/96 Supplement, Vol. 161, p2A
Presents information on the long-awaited agreement of MasterCard and Visa in February. Credited participants in the project; More about SAIC; Reasons SAIC joined the Secure Electronic Transaction protocol team; Annual revenue reports from San Diego-based SAIC; Stephen Pizzo; Purchasing of...
- MasterCard and Visa alter electronic banking offerings. Lunt, Penny // ABA Banking Journal;Jan1996, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p64
Reports that MasterCard International Inc. and Visa International Inc. has altered its electronic banking offering. Fine tuning of home banking services; Use of remote banking services.
- Associations plan joint Internet security standard. Kutler, Jeffrey // American Banker;6/27/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 122, p16
Reports on the agreement between MasterCard and Visa to produce a joint security standard for card transactions over the Internet and other personal computer networks. Visa's earlier collaboration with Microsoft Corp. on Secure Transaction Technology; MasterCard's alliance with Netscape...
- Visa, MasterCard are set to charge ahead with agents of change at their helms. Kutler, Jeffrey // American Banker;12/22/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 245, p12
Focuses on the changes at MasterCard and Visa brought about by their new chief executive officers. Applications of the extensive banking backgrounds to credit card companies; Coping with the rapid changes in technology and nonbank competition.
- Australia Court Denies Visa, MC. // American Banker;9/22/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 182, p7
States that Visa International and MasterCard International Inc. lost their case involving credit card rules issued by the Reserve Bank of Australia. Amount of fee income that would be lost by the rules; Comment of Justice Brian Tamberlin of the Federal Court of Australia; Other rules imposed...
- Visa, MasterCard offer ATM locators on Internet through Web home pages. // American Banker;3/29/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 60, p14
Reports on Visa International's Visa/Plus ATM Locator Guide, a new Internet offering. MasterCard's similar offer of a home page on the World Wide Web called MasterCard Pointers; Inclusions in the guide.
- Lull in card wars? MasterCard, Visa chiefs pass up annual opportunity for a slugfest. Kutler, Jeffrey // American Banker;9/16/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 179, p1
Reports on the relations between MasterCard and Visa. Emphases of the speech given by the two companies' presidents speech during the American Bankers Association's (ABA) bank card conference.