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PCI Kiosk Update – EMV POS Credit Card Readers for Kiosk Card Readers

PCI Compliance Kiosks Update & EMV – 2021 Editor Updates:  July 2021 Just what is a CAT or Cardholder Activated Terminal? See FAQ Sample specs of PAD device used in major RFP — see below Choosing a device for the operational situation is important. A slow CPU for example may work for a liquor store. If you want… Read More »

EMV PCI Kiosk hardware reference list 2014

Kiosk EMV Capable Card Readers, PIN Pads and Contactless Readers for Self-Service Kiosks Jan 2014 — The following is a list of EMV capable card readers, PIN pads and contactless card readers that are designed specifically for self-service environments like a kiosk.  As we’re beginning research and development on adding EMV capabilities to our US-based kiosk applications it makes sense to take inventory… Read More »

NFC ATM – Mobile NFC / Contactless EMV Access Control to secure ATM Lobbies with Overlay RFID Skimmer Detection

ROOSEVELT, N.Y., Sept. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Parabit Adds Mobile NFC / Contactless EMV Access Control to secure ATM Lobbies with Overlay an

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Parabit has received commitments from 7 of the top 20 Commercial US Banks for 10,000 plus units over the next two to three years. Over the last 4 weeks 3 US Commercial Banks have upgraded their ACS-1E systems with MMR’s or installed MMR’s with our ACS-1E ATM Lobby Access Control System at over 400 ATM Lobby locations.

KioWare Android Kiosk – Updated EMV & Marshmallow

Version 3.6 of KioWare for Android (Lite, Basic, & Full) now supports Android Marshmallow (6.0). Users running Android 6.0 can now use KioWare to safely secure their tablets or phones to approved websites or applications. KioWare Basic for Android and KioWare Full for Android (Version 3.6) also include support for EMV certification via Credit Call’s mPOS CardEaseMobile framework which… Read More »

Unattended Card Payments next generation AMP 6500 EMV Android Smart terminal

AMP 6500 EMV Android Smart terminal We are excited to be working with AMP and adding the state of the art 6500 Android self-service device to our portfolio of products.” — Robert Chilcoat   A Weatherproof Android solution to drive clean & contactless unattended payments LAS VEGAS, NV, UNITED STATES, October 2020  — UCP Inc., a leading distributor… Read More »

ADA Checklist for Kiosks – 12 Point ADA, Accessibility and PCI

ADA Kiosk Checklist  Current updated page located at the Kiosk Association KMA March 2021 —  It also includes 4 different images from US Access Board on different reach parameters and distances that need to be observed. To be sure this is only the top-level “first things first” list.  Suits are generally initiated by blind people and so naturally… Read More »

Ingenico EMV Q&A – EMV Kiosk adoption in the self-service industry: What’s taking so long?

EMV adoption in the self-service industry – Q&A With John Menzel of Ingenico Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in ATM Marketplace back in 2018. EMV has come a long way since then and particularly in thanks somewhat to the pandemic which is driving contactless readers. Still it is good for a historical perspective. For more information on EMV… Read More »

Creditcall EMV Kiosk Virtual Terminal With KioskSimple

Feb 11, 2016 The Creditcall EMV Virtual Terminal is a convenient way to test your EMV implementation without requiring a physical EMV terminal. Fortunately the Creditcall EMV Virtual Terminal is designed to emulate an EMV terminal.  This makes for a quick and affordable way to test EMV contact and contactless NFC payments in your application without purchasing EMV hardware. In this article we’re… Read More »

EMV Kiosk – Creditcall KioskSimple EMV Case Study

Great case study by Creditcall on our KioskSimple integration with their EMV Payment Gateway. RedSwimmer was looking for a way to provide EMV compliance to users of their kiosk software, KioskSimple. The Challenge RedSwimmer was looking for a way to provide EMV compliance to users of their kiosk software, KioskSimple. Many of RedSwimmer customers are … Continue reading “Creditcall KioskSimple EMV Case Study”

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Their kiosk or POS applications were developed as a web app and used the KioskSimple software which acts as middleware, providing a JavaScript API which can easily be called by a web application and thereby add support for accepting EMV payments via Creditcall’s payment gateway solutionChipDNA using the Windows SDK.

EMV Liability Shift – ‘Vast majority’ of Americans have yet to receive chip cards

EMV Liability Shift Despite the October 1st liability shift deadline looming, only 10 per cent of Americans have received the new chip-enabled cards, and nearly a third don’t know how to use them. Source: www.paymenteye.com The survey, conducted by the GfK Public Affairs for Associated Press, found that out of 1004 Americans polled, only one in every ten… Read More »

Kiosk Industry – PayPal Here Card Reader Supports EMV, Apple Pay, Android Pay

With the arrival of Apple Pay and, more recently, Android Pay, consumers are becoming more comfortable with alternative ways of paying that don’t involve credit card swipes. And now, with the U.S.’s transition to EMV – smart cards that store data on chips instead of magnetic stripes, which offers increased security – many business owners will have to upgrade their hardware… Read More »

CreditCall EMV Now Supported In KioskSimple

The CreditCall EMV payment gateway is now fully supported by KioskSimple. Easily interface your website with CreditCall EMV using our JavaScript API.

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It’s now possible to make JavaScript API calls to the CreditCall EMV payment gateway when you use KioskSimple.


The benefits of using CreditCall with KioskSimple include…

  • Easy-to-use JavaScript API for integration and deployment in hours, not months.
  • Out-of-the-box support for the most popular attended and unattended POS and mPOS PINpads.
  • Pre-certified with multiple Processors and Acquirers.
  • Highest level of cardholder data protection through P2PE.
  • Help merchants de-scope from PCI DSS.

With CreditCall there’s no need to worry about…

  • Time consuming and complicated Processor & Acquirer certifications.
  • Expensive and complicated EMV test tools or cards.
  • Card holder data theft thanks to built in P2PE for the highest level of transaction security.
  • PINpad firmware and EMV configuration updates thanks to our complete TMS


SlabbKiosks partners with Ingenico Group to provide EMV-enabled unattended payment devices

Las Vegas, March 29, 2016 – SlabbKiosks, a leader in self-service technology, announced today that it has partnered with Ingenico Group, the global leader in seamless payment, to bring secure, EMV-enabled unattended payment devices to the market. SlabbKiosks, well known for its customized kiosk solutions, will utilize Ingenico Group’s unattended payment solutions, and become a member of the… Read More »

Kiosk Software Accessibility – New KioWare Zoom Text, EZAccess, and Cash + EMV

Editors Note: New kiosk software release KioWare for Windows (Version 8.7)! New accessibility features are now available (such as ZoomText and JAWS for the visually impaired).  Support for EZ® Access Keypad.  (See upcoming Accessibility Seminar). Also added are a number of new devices, including an EMV compliant option using the Elavon processor via the OTI Trio (see UCP).… Read More »

EMV Compliance vs. PCI Compliance

What’s the difference between EMV compliance and PCI compliance?  The short answer is they’re both guidelines for protecting cardholder data for the purpose preventing fraud, but they focus on different elements of the credit card transaction. “To clarify it even further and more simply, PCI is about making sure the card data doesn’t get stolen and is secure in… Read More »

EMV Kiosk – FreedomPay & Ingenico

EMV Kiosk – FreedomPay EMV Processing October 19, 2016 – YORK, PA.  pleased to announce the integration and certification of the FreedomPay EMV payment processing system.  The FreedomPay solution offers EMV compliance using Ingenico’s iSelf Series of unattended devices with processors including Heartland, First Data, and Elavon. The FreedomPay integration joins a list of other payment solutions that… Read More »

A year after the US deadline, EMV compliance lags: Part 1 — What’s causing the delay?

EMV system compliance has taken longer than many expected due to the complexity of integrating certified hardware with software and processors. Part 1 in a two-part series explores why the transition has taken so long, especially in the unattended retail sector.

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“It does seem like it could be going better on the deployment side,” said Frank Olea, CEO of Olea Kiosks Inc., a kiosk designer and manufacturer. He said the payment processors have to become familiar with EMV-compliant hardware, which takes time.

 

“The retailers all have to change to this technology, so there is a rush on equipment, and there’s a rush on certification,” said Paul Burden, director of software a Meridian Kiosk.

 

“EMV requires communication in both directions [between the processor and the chip card],” said Greg Burch, vice president of strategic development at payment equipment manufacturer Ingenico Group. “The complexities of that are much more than traditional magstripe.”

 

“It’s a more complicated integration,” agreed Rob Chilcoat, president of operations at UCP Inc., an EMV compliance consultant that assists companies with EMV migration. “Every link in the chain has to be certified.”

 

“These smart terminals actually package and encrypt the data before it ever leaves the device, which is a concept called point-to-point encryption,” Chilcoat said. “Combined with Derived Unique Key Per Transaction, that is what ultimately provides the security assurances to the merchants and the kiosk providers that their system won’t ever be the source of a significant breach of customer card data.”

 

 

Al Rajhi Bank deploys Gemalto’s instant EMV card issuance solution in new self-service kiosks

The extension of the solution to kiosks is part of our on-going plan to transform branches for the digital age of banking and give our customers advanced services and a seamless experience,” said Saleh Alzumaie, General Manager Retail Banking Group for Al Rajhi Bank.

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This is the first deployment of our instant issuance technology in self-service kiosks in Saudi Arabia and, since its introduction in January, the number of cards being produced this way has increased threefold.”

White Paper – Payment Processor for Kiosks

The Value of Payment Gateways for Kiosks When a merchant wants to accept payments through their unattended kiosk, they are faced with many processing choices and industry complexities.  Whether forming multiple direct integrations to processors or utilizing one-to-many processing solutions provided by middleware or gateways, kiosk operators and merchants have a lot to consider. A payment integration to… Read More »