Friday, September 19, 2014View Showroom
With a little more than two years until the EMV liability shift for U.S. ATMs, ATM operators, processors and vendors still have many questions.
To provide assistance in implementing EMV at the ATM, the EMV Migration Forum has released a comprehensive white paper "Implementing EMV at the ATM: Requirements and Recommendations for the U.S. ATM Community." The free paper is available for download from the ATMIA website.
Developed by the forum's ATM working committee which includes ATMIA U.S. executive director David Tente and several ATMIA members, the content of the non-vendor specific white paper addresses important topics such as:
"This EMV implementation guide for the ATM is available thanks to the support of the ATM industry and the contributions of many forum members that generously volunteered their time and expertise," said Tente. "The end result is a thorough and accurate paper that ATM owners and/or operators can reference through every stage of their migration."
Special thanks to Marc Cleven, Visa, and Deborah Spidle, Paragon Application Systems, who led the project; Working Committee co-chairs David Tente, ATMIA, Ron Schnittman, Bank of America, and Stuart Mackinnon, Columbus Data Services; and the many members of the ATM Working Committee for their contributions to the effort that produced this white paper.