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December 09, 2019 | by Matthew Phillips
Can fraud be calculated and predicted?
April 28, 2019 | by David Phister
While the industry has been focused on preventing sophisticated digital attacks, criminals have reverted back to more low-tech attack methods to access cash—the latest being Transaction Reversal Fraud (TRF). Here's how you can combat it.
March 25, 2019 | by B. Scott Harroff
Today’s criminals can find, purchase and/or download the details they need to plan an attack of any kind, whether their modus operandi is physical, cyber or data-related. That means financial institutions have to be prepared to fight on every front, but most security protocols still have gaps. In this blog, our security expert lays out the 5 most common security gaps, and how to fix them.
December 10, 2018 | by Marcia Hirata
Do you view your ATM as part of your digital network? At its heart, the ATM is a computer that’s always on, and always connected. Yet it’s so physical in nature—a big terminal that spits out physical currency—it’s easy to think of it as only a physical touchpoint.
December 03, 2018 | by Diebold Nixdorf
This discussion between Diebold Nixdorf experts Julie Osborne, Global VP and Head of Services and Martin Nearhos, Principal Security Architect—Global Services Portfolio, was conducted by RBR Banking Automation Bulletin for their September 2018 issue and is reprinted here with permission.
November 20, 2018 | by B. Scott Harroff
Skimming, cardless ATM access, entering your PIN backward to call the police … we’re sorting through top Google questions re: ATM security.
October 15, 2018 | by David Phister
"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."
October 11, 2018 | by Marcelo Castro
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.
August 21, 2018 | by Diebold Nixdorf
In a world where financial institutions – from banks, to niche service providers – are ramping up the pace of innovation by launching new services and introducing new ways of engaging with their customers, the issue of security (and of fraud in particular) has never been such a hot topic.