Cybercrime, logical threats, physical attacks and card fraud continue to undermine the security of the ATM channel for both financial institutions and independent deployers.
Inefficient and ineffective lines of defense not only result in cash losses but also impact ATM availability and the trust and convenience of ATM users.
It could only be matter of time until you face security challenges on your ATM fleet as organized crime continues to hunt out the next weakest link.
Reserve your workshop place now and join our ATM security experts to gain first-hand insight into exactly how criminals carry out attacks and the vulnerabilities they exploit so that you are better informed on effective defences for your ATMs that protect your customers.
Topics we will cover include:
Why are card skimming and shimming still a challenge, despite the move to EMV?
Why is ATM Jackpotting so easy to do, even when security software is used on the ATM?
What are the risks of ATM explosions in the US?
Why are today’s ATM locks just not good enough?
How to prioritise and deploy an effective risk management strategy?
Cardless transactions – whether they be QR codes, tokens, or future technology – may be the wave of the future in the ATM channel. Tens of thousands of ATMs in the U.S. alone are already taking advantage of this consumer-friendly technology. Explore the diverse options, where they fit in today’s environment and what opportunities are available to both financial institution and independent deployers.
Join us for an in-depth workshop on new perspectives surrounding the use of the ITM/ATM – from both an operational and risk/security perspective, by industry leaders representing financial institutions, armored vendors, manufacturers and risk mitigation. Discussions will focus on new enhancements and the capabilities of an ITM/ATM, customer transactions/experience, impact on ATM servicers for ITMs/ATMs, and mitigating the risk to your property, employees and customers. The workshop will provide an opportunity to increase your knowledge, better serve your customers, and network with the subject matter experts on the panel. Space is limited – make plans now to ensure you have a seat at the table for this exciting event.
The task of running an ATM business gets more complex every year. Join your peers for a valuable and informative workshop that covers important topics for helping your business thrive, as well as getting the most out of it when you are ready to leave. Topics include dealing with both expected and unexpected liability issues; creating and managing comprehensive merchant contracts; managing multiple lines of business (e.g, gaming and ATMs); staying in compliance with ADA guidelines; and how to build and measure the value of your business.
Part 1 (1:00-2:20 pm): Another operating system migration looms ahead in the near-future for both financial institutions and independent ATM operators. Alternatives to Windows are receiving significant attention, as well. This workshop will help participants determine which path is best for their organization today, and in the years ahead as the industry transitions to a Next-gen architecture. Moderator: Eric de Putter, Managing Partner, Payment Redesign Speakers: Rick Anderson, Delivery Director, Wind River Systems Marcel Ficken, NextGen ATM Consultant, ATMIA NextGen
Part 2 (2:40-4:00pm): How to identify and quantify the revenue and cost saving benefits that Next Gen ATM is likely to deliver, and make the strongest pitch for resources to invest in Next Gen ATM. Moderator: Leland Englebardt, Practice Leader, Financial Services, Upshot Advisors Speakers:Kurt Karjalainen, President, Premier Merchant Group LLC
Wayne Malone, Head of Citishare and Global ATMs, Citibank
David Kozal, Chief Financial Officer, Payment Alliance International
Devon Watson, Chief Marketing Officer, Diebold Nixdorf
Open to all ATMIA members registered for the conference.
Since its inception several years ago, these ATM Town Hall meetings have focused on various hot topics and trends in the industry. This year the Town Hall will address consumer payment choice and the continuing importance of cash. Our panelists include representatives from other trade associations whose members share these concerns and have strong ties to the ATM industry. Please join us for this pertinent and informative discussion. This is an ATMA members-only session.