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TeleConference: ATM & Electronic Fraud Prevention


Tuesday, May 6, 2014

10:00 - 11:00 am (CST)


Speaker: B. Scott Harroff, Chief Information Security Architect, Diebold Integrated Services


About the Program

ATMs are a high-profile target for criminals, threats to this channel are evolving every day. As a result, ATM security is one of the most technically challenging areas of a financial institution’s operation. A comprehensive, multi-layered security approach that pinpoints every attack vector is the most effective way to secure ATMs. This approach includes consumer safety, physical security, fraud protection and logical security. It involves deploying hardware, software and services designed to protect against all breaches. Simply implementing an ATM security program that ensures compliance is not enough.


Regularly monitoring, reviewing and updating programs to anticipate and mitigate ever-changing threats is a must. Industry-standard security procedures for physical access, password management, software updates and more must be followed. A secure ATM is critical in maintaining consumer confidence, as well as preserving a financial institution’s brand. In this session, we will review how a proactive approach to ATM security helps institutions stay ahead of threats:


  • Physical security solutions, such as anti-skimming technology
  • Logical security measures, like antivirus software, that can help you mitigate attacks
  • Tips for consumers to help identify potential problems at the terminal

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