When you swipe your card in retail store anywhere in the US, the possibility to lose your money today is higher than when you gamble in Las Vegas. Unlike casino, however, in many cases, eventually you can get your money back (I can't tell the same about the merchant though). It's like a total loss insurance play: you recover your money (at least, partially) but never get your beloved car back. And so there are things -- including consumers' trust and confidence in card payment system -- that will never return to the original state.
So what's next - are we going to move back to cash? I doubt it. Plastic cards are too convenient to be abandoned. For many people paying with credit card became a habit so strong that it would require a treatment similar to the one necessary to quit smoking. I don't use credit cards (whenever it’s possible) because I think the idea of paying with credit for day-to-day things is totally wrong. But I still use debit card everywhere. And it is much more convenient than constantly taking care of carrying significant amount of cash which is necessary for daily life activities.
So it looks like finding solution for payment card security problem is inevitable. EMV (chip cards) and Bitcoin (crypto currency) technologies partially solve this problem for brick-and-mortar and online transactions respectively. Since EMV cards are still vulnerable when used for online purchases (and sometimes in physical store as well!), and Bitcoin currently is not suitable to be used in brick-and-mortar merchants, there is no ultimate solution. Perhaps, we should wait until next emerging technology that would combine all the good features of EMV and Bitcoin while being as convenient as plastic cards.