EMV® Secure Remote Commerce (SRC) is a set of specifications developed by EMVCo that enable the creation of a ‘virtual payment terminal’. It provides a foundation that will enable industry solutions for the processing of e-commerce transactions in a consistent, streamlined fashion across a variety of remote-checkout environments and consumer devices, including smartphones, tablets, PCs and other connected devices.
The EMV® SRC Specifications:
The EMV® SRC Specifications were developed with input from industry participants and are available to all parties on a royalty-free basis from the EMVCo website.
In this Frequently Asked Question document, readers can learn more about the objectives of the EMV® SRC Specifications and payment icon, and the role of EMVCo and the wider payments community in their development.
This is a recording of the EMVCo Education Session on EMV® SRC, held on 2 May 2019 during ETA TRANSACT in Las Vegas.
This document provides a high-level overview of the EMV® SRC Specifications.
EMVCo hosted a free-to-attend webinar to provide an introduction to EMV® SRC, what it is, why it is needed, and how it could be implemented.
In the first in our series of short webcasts on EMV® Secure Remote Commerce (SRC), Jorge Vargas from the EMVCo SRC Working Group provides a brief introduction to SRC, what it is and why it is needed.
In this webcast, Karlie Alms, Chair of the EMVCo Marks Management Task Force provides a bite-sized introduction to the EMV® Secure Remote Commerce (SRC) payment icon and why it’s needed. Karlie explains how the icon facilitates easy consumer recognition of remote-checkout environments that use the EMV® SRC Specifications.