In bulletin TTA 218, EMVCo announces the release of the new EMV® contact Level 2 test plan, version 4.3h.
The new test plan is applicable starting January 1st 2019 in all accredited laboratories. During the migration period, vendors can submit their products with the 4.3g version.
Starting March 1st 2019, EMV L2 ICS shall be submitted with the 4.3h test plan version. The bulletin detailing effective dates is available on EMVCo website.
Alcinéo provides EMV contact kernels compliant with the latest test plan version, and support our clients to fill-in Implementation Conformance Statements accordingly.
For more information on the latest EMV test plan versions available, please contact your Alcinéo representative, or send us your inquiry at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Visa® and Mastercard® have issued new versions of their Contactless Level 2 ICS.
Visa PayWave Device Questionnaire and VCPS ICS-10/01/18
Mastercard MCL ICS – Sept2018
Before entering into Type Approval process, POS providers shall ensure that they use the most up-to-date version of the Implementation Conformance Statement for each of the kernels they submit to certification.
Feel free to contact us to obtain further information at : email@example.com.
Terminal Type Approval bulletin 205, 3rd edition is available on EMVCo website. It describes operational issues raised by POS manufacturers or laboratories on Level 2 contact test cases version 4.3g or contactless test plan version 2.6b.
The document describes the nature of each issue and the resolution for laboratories and POS providers to mitigate the impact of these tests on TA results.
For more information on EMV and payment schemes’ updates, do not hesitate to contact your Alcinéo representative at : firstname.lastname@example.org.
The organization in charge of global EMV® technology and chip card payment interoperability, EMVCo, has released a new specification bulletin for EMV Contactless Book C2, referring to Mastercard contactless kernel MCL.
The new bulletin SB 203 describes modifications and clarifications brought to Book C-2 v 2.6.
Starting January 1st 2019, kernels developed according EMV specifications Book C2 must integrate these changes.
To obtain further details on this specification bulletin, you can refer to EMVCo website, or contact your Alcinéo representative.