In the wake of the massive payment-card data breach at Target Corp. — and the launch of Congressional hearings on the matter — a form of credit-card security widely used in Europe is likely to get some fresh attention in the U.S. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow @SN_News for updates throughout the day. While “chip-and-PIN” security has been discussed in the past, the latest incidents of data theft have brought it back to the table as a viable alternative to ...
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