ATMIA’s CEO calls for expanded industry collaboration on global ATM security in 2018


London, United Kingdom & Sioux Falls, SD, USA – D-Day is approaching for ATM security. At ATMIA’s popular 17th annual security conference in London in September, Kaspersky called on the ATM industry to strengthen industry collaboration to fight cyber crime and other kinds of financial fraud.  This is a timely call, since ATMIA just launched a signed off global blueprint for next generation ATMs, which will be implemented in 2018 and it includes the dimension of ensuring E2E security for the entire new ATM ecosystem.

To be part of this global initiative, sign up NOW for next year’s D-Day: 12th-13thJune, 2018, when a rebranded and revitalised ATM security conference will be brought to you by the original industry founders of ATM Sec.

ATMIA’s “ATM Customer Experience & Security Summit” will be staged at the Royal Lancaster, London as the association’s 18th consecutive annual security event. A key theme will be ensuring vital on-going customer trust in ATMs.

Interpol will speak on “A survey of financial services crime threats, including at ATMs”, kick-starting an important dimension of ATMIA’s enhanced collaboration – working together on security projects with major law enforcement agencies around the world, including Europol, the FBI, the US Secret Service and UK police forces, in association with leading UK criminologists. Other confirmed speakers so far include Terence Bourke, Head of Operations Risk – Cardtronics, Tony Blake, Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU) – City of London Police & Metropolitan Police and Josephine Mhashu, Fraud Liaison – Vocalink providing an ATM Incident Summary

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