The Green Sheet – 10/7/15: The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), the global trade association representing the payments technology world, announced that today, ETA’s Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, Scott Talbott, testified before the Full House Small Business Committee Hearing entitled, “The EMV Deadline and What it Means to Small Business.” A copy of Talbott’s testimony can be found here. “Supporting new cards with EMV-chip technology is one of several important steps, including tokenization and end-to-end encryption, that electronic payments companies are taking to prevent data-breach and to protect customers’ private information,” said Scott Talbot, ETA SVP of Government Affairs.
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