Oberthur Technologies, the leader in embedded security solutions, has developed a dynamic CVV (credit verification value) solution called MOTION CODE with a tiny screen that changes the three or four-digit CVV number on the back of credit and debit cards as often as 72 times every 24 hours. The Los Angeles Times sat down with Martin Ferenczi, OT’s president for North America, to discuss the payments market, the United States’ transition into chip card technology and the new MOTION CODE cards which make online purchases safer.
“There is a constant balancing act between security and simplicity,” Ferenczi said. “MOTION CODE solves this better than any other option.”
Read the full article: The future of credit card security may involve blinking numbers (LA Times)