The Mobile Level 1 approval process attests the compliance of the mobile device to the EMV® Contactless Communication Protocol Specification.
CMP approval testing includes both AAUI Specification compliance and security evaluation, whereas PPSE only evaluates AAUI Specification compliance.
A wearable is defined as a chip- or HCE-based product that is incorporated into an item of clothing or accessory that supports proximity payment.
Receiving a security evaluation certificate for an Integrated Circuit (IC) or a Platform product is a prerequisite for CMP approval.
The SBMP approval process leads to receiving a security evaluation certificate for a Software-Based Mobile Payment component or solution such as TEE or CDCVM.