As mobile devices become indispensable to the vast majority of the global population, mobile payment is also rapidly gaining traction. This includes mobile devices augmenting or replacing contactless cards as well as an increasing number of mobile devices, with, or without, attachments for card reading and PIN entry, replacing traditional counter based POS devices. In addition to mobile contactless, there is also a growing adoption of optical capture solutions for payment which lend themselves to mobile payment as well as remote commerce using mobile devices.
|1||31 May 2017||PPSE and Application Management for Secure Elements||See All|
|1||22 Dec 2010||EMV® Contactless Mobile Payment – Application Activation User Interface||See All|
02 Nov 2018
|EMVCo Statement – Security Evaluation Process for Software-Based Mobile Payments|
24 Oct 2018
|EMV® Consumer Device Cardholder Verification Method—Best Practices Comment Period ends 23 November 2018|
02 Jul 2018
|Guidelines for EMV® 2nd Generation Integration|
29 Jun 2018
|KL Bulletin nº 22: EMVCo Annual RSA Key Lengths Assessment|
02 Apr 2018
|EMV® Level 3 Testing Framework – Test Tool Requirements – Version 1.1|
22 Feb 2018
|EMVCo Statement – Consumer Device Cardholder Verification Method (CDCVM)|
17 Oct 2017
|KL Bulletin nº 21: EMVCo Annual RSA Key Lengths Assessment|
09 Oct 2017
|Interoperability Working Group Issues List|
31 May 2017
|Payment Card Management Whitepaper|
21 Oct 2016
|EMV® Level 3 Testing Framework – Process Enhancements|
Q: Are wearables that make payments (watches, fitness bands etc.) also considered to be mobiles?
A: EMVCo has created a type approval process for wearables. Devices may also be submitted for approval as mobile or cards.
Q: Does the certification of level 1 for mobile devices differ from traditional cards and POS (4cm read range)?
A: EMVCo has published a white paper on recommendations for how a wallet should manage payment cards (Payment Card Manager Whitepaper); however Security requirements for the storage of credentials are the only requirements EMVCo has for mobile wallets.
Q: Does EMVCo have requirements for how mobile wallets are expected to behave?
A: Security requirements for the storage of credentials are the only requirements EMVCo has for mobile wallets.
EMVCo began work on mobile payment in 2008. Since that time mobile payment has become more mainstream, and consequently much of mobile contactless payment now falls into EMVCo’s contactless technology scope. While EMVCo still has a strong interest in mobile, most of the mobile-specific efforts in EMVCo are directed toward maintaining the current documentation and answering related questions. If you have mobile-specific questions or topics that you think that EMVCo should be investigating, please submit these through the Query system. Additionally, becoming a Subscriber or Associate will give you an insight to the mobile-related work EMVCo intends to engage in moving forward.