Securing ATMs with Software: Five Strategies
In February 2009, it took a group of hackers only 30 minutes to steal $9 million from 130 ATMs in 49 cities around the world. The problem of ATM theft continues to grow, as fraudulent ATM activity cost consumers more than $50 million in 2010. Many operators are turning to EMV to increase security. The United States, however, remains primarily dependent on mag-stripe cards, leaving deployers vulnerable to criminal activity. Should a network be breached, IAD deployers could be liable for millions of dollars. This white paper, sponsored by Triton, discusses five strategies for making sure ATMs are secure via software.
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Preparing for EMV in the United States
Although it may take some time, one thing seems certain in the financial industry: EMV technology is on its way to the United States. And in order to make the transition as painless as possible, independent ATM deployers need to know what they will be facing.
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The Importance of the Electrical Supply to ATMs
It seems basic, but frequently, the importance of a consistent power source to ATMs is overlooked. An intermittent electrical connection causes downtime, frustrated customers and lost revenue. A power conditioner can stabilize the amount of power reaching the ATM, ensuring:
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Is U.S. Ready for Chip & PIN?
Richard Oliver is the first U.S. banking industry executive to publicly declare that a U.S. migration to the EMV payments standard is inevitable. Tthis Federal Reserve vice president does say the debate over a United States migration from the magnetic stripe to the more-secure chip & PIN payments technology is "toxic."/ By Tracey Kitten ++ Learn More
Understanding the ATM Business
Chances are, since you are visiting this web site, you probably already know quite a bit about the ATM industry. This paper would be a good one for you to share with folks that aren't quite as familiar with it. In the wake of the past hullabalo around surcharge fee caps / By Aimee Leeper ++ Learn More
ATM Field Service Training: An Investment in your future / By Andy Cooper
Securing the ATM/ By Richard Slawsky
Effective Cash Management with Smart Safes/ By Richard Slawsky
Why Buy an ATM?This is a brief presentation that illustrates how placing an ATM in a retail location has multiple layers of benefits, not just in terms of direct revenue generation from the machine itself, but also in reduced store operating costs and increased sales. . ++ View PPT
ATM Parts, a Key Component to Service after the SaleSupporting ATM's in the field successfully requires an organization that can provide you with a comprehensive solution for all aspects of your business. ++ Learn More
ATM Repair a Key Component to ATM MaintenanceATM repair is a key component in the ATM maintenance and ATM support of a ATM product that has been deployed in the field. ++ Learn More
ATM Training a Key Component to a Successful ATM InstallationATM training is a key component in the sale and lifecycle of an ATM. In the classic "service after the sale" model, training can take on a number of roles. ++ Learn More
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