October 30, 2018 | BY Diebold Nixdorf
Become more agile, seamless and consumer-focused.
When two security experts talk shop, they reveal a lot of good perspectives on security gaps, fixes, flaws, and best practices. Read this conversation between security gurus and see how best to protect your institution from fraud.
Physical and cyber attacks against ATMs receive a lot of coverage, but they are not the only ways in which criminals can empty an ATM of cash. Transaction reversal fraud is one example of a manipulation of loopholes in transaction processing rules to steal cash, but it requires little to no tampering with the terminal. This episode will cover the latest process/communication manipulation fraud methods and news, as well as how to stop these attacks.
"I can’t say enough about the importance of prioritizing security measures across your entire network, because criminals are constantly testing every single attack vector to see where you’ve let down your guard. When you shift your focus to cyber-attacks, they shift back to some of the oldest tricks in the book: namely, physical attacks on the ATM."
Biometric technology is an alternative authentication method that financial institutions can adopt for higher security standards and more convenient banking. But security, accuracy, ease of use and scalability are critical features a biometric system must provide to make this technology a trusted solution.
In this episode we will discuss how Financial Institutions can bridge the physical and digital worlds to create a convenient, unique experience for their customers.
When your consumers step up to your ATMs, they’re in a banking frame of mind. They’re interacting with a trusted source—the screen on your terminal—and they’re viewing wait screens while they conduct their transactions. There is no better time to connect with them through customized, personalized ads based on their specific banking history.