A chip card is a credit or debit card with a microchp embedded in it.  The chip is a micro-processor that contains added risk features and security keys that work in concert with the terminal to create a multi-layered defence against fraud. The enhanced security features of a chip card make it extremely impossible for fraudsters to replicate. When used at merchants with chip-enabled terminals and at ABMs, the chip is validated helping to ensure a more secure transaction. 

The addition of a personal identification number (PIN) provides an extra layer of security above and beyond the chip as only you know your PIN.
No. You will continue to enjoy all the same benefits on your chip card as on your existing card.  
If your card is a renewal card, your card number will remain the same on your new chip card.  If you make current bill payments and use internet banking for other transactions using your current card number, you will not be required to make any changes.
NCB is not able to accommodate requests for Chip and PIN credit cards at this time. Credit cards will be replaced based on expiry date.
All NCB credit cards are now being issued with Chip and PIN technology and existing cards will be replaced based on expiry date; however not all cards will be replaced at the same time.
NCB is strategically changing from magnetic stripe to chip card in phases in order to give our customers the best experience.  While Chip and PIN cards represents the latest advancements in card payment security, rest assured, NCB’s magnetic stripe cards continue to be a safe, reliable and convenient method of payment.
That symbol means that you can make what is called a “contactless” transaction.  If the point-of-sale terminal indicates that you can insert or wave your card.  You can simply wave your card across the top of the point-of-sale terminal, rather than inserting it, and your transaction will be processed more quickly.  Contactless transactions can only be used up to a pre-determined dollar value.  The point-of-sale terminal will indicate if you are required to insert your card if a contactless transaction does not register.