In this blog we are going to learn about, EMV (Europay, MasterCard, and Visa) compliance and PCI (Payment Card Industry) compliance, though both critical for securing cardholder data and reducing fraud in credit card transactions, serve distinct purposes. EMV compliance prioritizes global interoperability and transaction security by utilizing chip-based payment cards, offering strong cardholder verification methods and preventing card duplication through encrypted outputs. In contrast, PCI compliance focuses on safeguarding cardholder data during processing, storage, and transmission by merchants, employing best practices, vulnerability management, and self-assessment to enhance overall security. While EMV standards are overseen by EMVCo LLC, representing major card networks, PCI standards are administered by the PCI Security Standards Council, founded by leading credit card companies.
What is the Difference Between EMV and PCI Compliance?
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