Scammers are taking advantage of the massive credit-card-industry switch to chip-based credit and debit cards.
The next debit card you get will probably have a little golden chip in it, and that’s a good thing.
As data breaches continue to make headlines, Bank of America is enhancing the encryption capabilities on debit card transactions.
New, thinner ATM skimmers are creating a headache for banks battling fraudsters.
Two Canadian 14-year-olds used an old ATM manual found online to hack into a Bank of Montreal ATM.
EMV chips protect against fraud, but they won’t necessarily preclude you from a data breach.
Chase will boost security with chip-and-PIN credit cards later this year.
Wells Fargo expands its offering of EMV chip credit cards to its Visa credit cardholders.
Chase is adding an EMV chip to its Chase Sapphire Preferred credit card, starting mid-November.
The number of credit card fraud incidents increased 17 percent, FICO says.