I refuse to have a card with contactless / tap / NFC / PayWave for this reason, especially for business accounts.
I have had to move banks to avoid contactless, and have shopped one of my old banks to the regulator for claiming that it was *impossible* to issue a card without it. Unlike by personal and business banks. Duh. If a bank can't tell the difference between "won't" (or "don't want to") and "can't" then they shouldn't be in charge of other people's money IMHO.
The card schemes and banks do care about security in general, but this seems to me, in combination with some other features, an abdication of their fiduciary duties.
I think that the 'chip' element is good, the PIN (and the complete refusal to accept any responsibility for fraud when a PIN is enabled) less so.
I speak as the ex-CTO of a small credit card company.