The presentation will cover an evidence part with impacts of the coronavirus crisis and the war on Ukraine on cash demand and a resilience part dealing with roles and interdependencies in the cash cycle and a potential IT solution to support the information management during crisis.
COVID-19 had a profound impact on cash use, accelerating and amplifying existing trends. As we move beyond the crisis phase of the pandemic to new-normal, inflation and the cost of living is becoming an increasingly dominant issue for consumers and governments across Europe. What effect will this have on cash in the post-pandemic world?
Together with four banks in Belfium, a company has been established called Batopin that is optimizing the footprint of ATMs for the banks under a separate name Bancontact Cash Point. The session would further explain the reasoning behind this new partnership and the impact on the industry.
Inform the audience about how innovations in criminal activity lead to a spiral of more violent physical attacks on ATM's and how we, as a sector of providers of cash security solutions can stop the arms race and the attacks on ATM's.
SBS customers run very big ATM networks in Germany and represent more than 40,000 ATMs. Preferably together with our customers we share our experiences in running these ATM networks with multi-vendor software from SBS.
All ATM providers are looking for ways to save money. The question is how best to do that without compromising access, coverage and operational efficiency? Adeel will explore two key ways in which businesses across Europe are doing this, with examples taken to show the strengths of these approaches and what they indicate for the future of the ATM market.
As the world returns to a ‘new’ normal, often seeing a reduction in bank branches, self-service is increasingly becoming a vital customer channel but facing increased criminal activity. It is therefore more important than ever before that these ATMs are secure from the constantly evolving and growing number of physical and cyber-attacks. To meet customer demands ATMs are being installed in what are proving to be less secure locations so making ATM cash protection solutions even more essential to prevent these cyber and physical attacks.
This presentation looks at the current environment and the range of global threats being faced, examples from Europe and USA, supportive survey results - review how these attacks can be prevented by using the latest IBNS and other technologies. There will be examples of how globally known Banks are using these measures to thwart ATM physical and cyber attacks.
Keeping ATM’s operational and safe is imperative to allow access to cash for everybody, no matter where they are in the world. We explore how using (and developing) cutting edge technology to remotely monitor and communicate with ATMs is the future of ATM security management. Increasing security and reducing costs is imperative to keeping the cash cycle moving. New technology will give management teams the power to change the outcome of events and perceived risks through active control of their ATM estate, all from one dashboard.
The security landscape is changing as threats evolve and the ATM industry attempts to move towards security by design. What will physical and logical security look like in future and how can we build in end-to-end security for the Next Gen ATM ecosystem? Will there be a growth in biometric authentication at ATMs? How will customers of the future protect their mobile devices and bank apps to ensure they can transact at Next Gen ATMs conveniently and securely? This panel discussion takes a long, hard look at the changing landscape of ATM threats and ATM security solutions.