As shoppers hit the stores this Black Friday, many will be paying with the chip cards introduced in the U.S. about a year ago. Those cards were meant to make in-store purchases more secure. But some cybersecurity experts say chip cards may just push cyber criminals to online or “card not present” transactions.
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