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December 19, 2022 | by Marcelo Castro
In many situations, card readers offer only a basic level of security against skimming attacks instead of securing the transaction on several layers should one fail. In this blog, we look at the different attack scenarios and how FIs can detect and prevent them.
September 08, 2022 | by Louise Coles
In addition to changing consumer behavior and the rise of challenger banks, digitization through data is playing a crucial role in the changes that are happening in the banking industry. In this blog we explore three drivers that are contributing to a more dynamic marketplace.
September 06, 2022 | by B. Scott Harroff
For all ATM attack types, the key is a comprehensive multi-layer strategy to ward against possible attack scenarios. However, cybersecurity is not one size fits all, and a careful assessment of the risk landscape should create the base for any security strategy.
June 13, 2022 | by Juergen Kisters
Be it driving growth or reducing costs, modern technology enables financial institution to transform their operations while fulfilling their consumers’ needs for innovation, security, and flexibility. Change must occur to meet the requirements of more digital-oriented consumers and compete with other digital-only competitors.
May 02, 2022 | by B. Scott Harroff
In this blog, we take a closer look at data attacks and effective methods to prevent them. While financial losses for banks may not be an immediate issue here, the risk is still large as the damage to the brand can be significant.
February 02, 2022 | by B. Scott Harroff
As manufacturers and FIs develop more sophisticated ways to protect their self-service channel... criminals continue to answer with new ways to get around them. While there are various forms an attack can take, the most direct route is brute force.
April 22, 2020 | by Diebold Nixdorf
Today we recognize sustainability and environmental protection efforts around the world. Check out this Top 10 list for your ATMs.
March 16, 2020 | by John Ennis
New customer journeys and digital offerings should be influenced by more than just technology. To keep up with rising expectations, financial service providers must deliver the right product seamlessly and consistently through the right mixture of technology, and crucially, people.