Battling ATM crime with a blunt sword

While international crime groups are acting fast, intelligently and with the backing of huge amounts of money, industry players are fighting in single battlefields and sometimes with blunt swords. It’s time to rethink our strategy in fighting ATM crime.

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ATM Security Association Releases White Paper on Atm Card Compromise

Inital result of the skimming working group is now available online Utrecht, the Netherlands – Today the ATM Security Association released a white paper on ATM card compromising techniques and countermeasures. The global cost of ATM skimming is estimated to be over $2 billion annually and continues to rise. This is the initial result published … Continued

Atm Security Association Welcomes Newest Member: The Royal Bank of Scotland

New entrant strengthens the representation of financial institutions within the organization Utrecht, the Netherlands – The ATM Security Association welcomes its newest member: The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is participating in the cross-industry collaboration since February 1, 2016. The joining of RBS strengthens the representation of financial institutions within the association. The Scotland-based banking … Continued

ATM Security at the Heart of the ATMIA US Conference 2016

Utrecht, Netherlands – The ATM Security Association is to participate in the ATMIA’s annual conference which will be held from February 23 to 25, 2016 at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside hotel. At the association’s booth (booth 710) in the exhibition hall, everything is to revolve around the latest developments and most pressing concerns related … Continued

Atm Security Association Set To Release First White Paper Shortly

Utrecht, the Netherlands – The ATM Security Association is preparing to issue a white paper on ATM card compromising techniques and counter-measures. The paper will be the first result published by one of the associations working groups. These groups were established to focus on the four memberprioritized areas of skimming and card data compromise, cassette … Continued